In many organizations, admins may want to initially disable the ability for their users to create groups in office 365 until they are ready to deploy with appropriate guidelines and policies. In this movie, you will know how to use PowerShell to connect to Exchange online to disable group creation for all users in an organization. You will also know how to re-enable group creation for uses when you're ready.
As you're deciding how you're going to deploy Office 365…Groups in your organization,…you may initially want to disable the ability for your users…to create groups until you've ironed out exactly…how you're going to deploy this.…So we are going to talk about…disabling group creation by your users…using PowerShell in this movie.…To do this you're going to open up a new…PowerShell session as a global administrator.…In other words, we cannot disable group creation…from the user interface, so you will need…a new PowerShell session and you'll have…to be a global administrator to get this done.…
The PowerShell session has to be connected…to Exchange Online and it's only going to disable…group creation by your users from their…user interface. If they know PowerShell and can…get in, they will be able to create groups from there.…So, to connect a new PowerShell session to Exchange Online…you need to open up PowerShell and you're to go type in…the following. You might want to start with…a label like "Connect to EXO", Exchange Online…
- Creating and deleting groups
- Adding group members
- Designating group owners
- Managing groups with PowerShell
- Setting storage space quotas