If you try to add organization at Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365, it happens Connect to PowerShell: Connecting to remote server outlook.office365.com failed with the following error message: Access is denied error, that’s because Microsoft begin disabling Basic authentication for Outlook, EWS, RPS, POP, IMAP, and EAS protocols in Exchange Online.
When you add an organization using the modern app-only authentication method, you are required to provide Azure AD application settings. Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 uses such an application to establish a connection to your Microsoft 365 organizations with enabled security defaults and maintain data transfer during backup and restore sessions.
Veeam released Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 v5d on September 22, 2021, Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 v5 now has purpose-built backup and recovery for Microsoft Teams. The #1 Office 365 backup makes it easier than ever for users to quickly find and restore Teams data, including entire teams or specific channels and settings.
Today I am going to show you how to upgrade Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 to V5d.
If your organization currently has subscriptions to Office 365 Enterprise E3 or E5, the default mailbox storage limit is supported 100GB. You can check it from the account information of outlook.
Unfortunately, there are many people noticed the default size is still showing 50GB, today, I am going to show you how to increase it to 100GB.
Have you been follow my previously post steps to add your domain to Office 365? if not please check my previously post and do it. If you did and then it’s time to deploy Azure AD connect to sync your on-premises AD to Azure AD (Office 365).
You can download and install Azure AD Connect to your ADFS server or you also can install it at your domain server if you won’t use ADFS server for your infrastructure. you can install Azure Ad Connect with Express settings but I recommend install it with Customized settings, because you can adjust settings to match your requirements.
The process described mainly focuses on a typical transition of Exchange services to Office 365 environment, converting the Exchange servers to Office 365 CAS role, HUB role and MBX role. Additional role options such as the Unified Messaging Server role and Edge Transport role, are out-of-scope within this document.