Setting Up Windows PowerShell
Applies to: Office 365 with Exchange, User Mailbox
For some tasks related to Office 365 with Exchange, you must use Windows PowerShell 5.x to create a remote PowerShell session to Office 365 with Exchange.
In this procedure, you will do the following:
- Verify the that Windows PowerShell execution policy is remote signed.
- If you are using remote PowerShell for the first time, you must run the EnableOrganizationCustomization cmdlet.
- Run each command once on all the Exchange mailbox access nodes.
Note: We use basic authentication to connect to Office 365 PowerShell.
- Open Windows PowerShell and create a remote PowerShell session to Office 365 with Exchange.
- To verify that the current execution policy is RemoteSigned, run the following cmdlet:
- If the current execution policy is not RemoteSigned, run the following cmdlet:
- If you have never used a remote PowerShell session before, run the following cmdlet:
You only need to run this cmdlet once. If you run it again later, you will receive an error.
For more information, see the following Microsoft TechNet articles:
- "Connect to Exchange Online PowerShell", https://technet.microsoft.com/library/jj984289(v=exchg.160).aspx.
- "Enable-OrganizationCustomization", https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj200665(v=exchg.160).aspx.
Last modified: 8/2/2019 5:25:21 PM