Comments (11)
  1. Anonymous says:

    Nice Job documenting this!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Those are Exchange Management Shell commands.

  3. Edwin van Brenk says:

    Great post, nice to read how it al works in the background.

  4. Michael Isaac says:

    Can the techniques and PowerShell commands in this article be abstracted to work with Office 365 via connecting PowerShell to Exchange Online? We recently had a user terminate at one of our clients, we’re all fairly new to Office 365 and as it turns out,
    he had access to his mailbox for up to 6 hours because of the default session timeout. Thanks!

  5. Dee Ramon says:

    Does the same thing hold true for Lync?

  6. Leonid Radkevich says:

    Does this method work for exchange online?

  7. thomas says:

    Excellent post. Thanks for the clear explanation.

  8. Siddhesh Dalvi says:

    Thanks for Sharing!!

  9. paul says:

    For us novices, where do you run these commands?

  10. Including a "Disabling Lync" section would be helpful for my environment.

  11. Matt says:

    Why isn’t there a button or a wizard for this in Office365? I’m not against PowerShell at all, but every O365 customer shouldn’t have to roll their own program just to let an employee go.

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