How do I import a PowerShell module into Office 365?

How do I import a PowerShell module into Office 365?

How do I import a PowerShell module into Office 365?

Open an elevated Windows PowerShell command prompt (run Windows PowerShell as an administrator). Run the Install-Module MSOnline command. If you’re prompted to install the NuGet provider, type Y and press Enter. If you’re prompted to install the module from PSGallery, type Y and press Enter.

How do I connect to PowerShell in Office 365?

Connecting to Office 365(Exchange Online) via Powershell

  1. Open Powershell as administrator.
  2. Run command – Set-ExecutionPolicy Remotesigned.
  3. Type Y for yes.
  4. Run command – $UserCredential = Get-Credential.
  5. Sign in with O365 administrator account ([email protected])
  6. Run command – Import-PSSession $Session.

How do I run a PowerShell script in Office 365?

Connect to Office 365 with PowerShell

  1. Open a PowerShell session.
  2. Store your Credentials in a variable: $Cred = Get-Credential.
  3. Enter your Office 365 Credentials when prompted:
  4. Import the session: Import-PSSession $Session.
  5. Now you can run any commands you need.

How do I install all PowerShell modules?

Installing PowerShell modules from the PowerShell Gallery is the easiest way to install modules. To install a package or module from the Gallery, we use the command: Install-Module or Install-Script cmdlet, depending on the package type.

How do I install Exchange PowerShell module?

To install the latest public version of the module, run one of the the following commands:

  1. In an elevated PowerShell window (all users): PowerShell Copy. Install-Module -Name ExchangeOnlineManagement.
  2. Only for the current user account: PowerShell Copy. Install-Module -Name ExchangeOnlineManagement -Scope CurrentUser.

How do I import MFA enabled exchange online PowerShell module in ISE?

It turned out I was doing it wrong. Here is how to do it right

  1. Install the Exchange online PowerShell module for MFA. Go to Exchange Admin in go to Hybrid and click download for the Exchange module.
  2. Open PowerShell ISE or Visual Studio Code and use this code to connect to Exchange Online.

How do I connect to a PowerShell team with an MFA?

You can connect Microsoft Teams PowerShell with MFA by leaving the “-Credential” parameter. You can also use the credential parameter to get the credentials and connect.