Archive for May, 2018


May 25, 2018

List all the Apps – this can be a long list!

Get-AppxPackage -User username

Get rid of that sucker.

Remove-AppxPackage PackageFullName

Mailbox Permission

May 25, 2018

Commands I frequently use when checking and setting mailbox permissions:

Check and set mailbox permissions

Get-MailboxPermission -Identity MailboxOwnerUsername

Add-MailboxPermission -Identity MailboxOwnerUsername -User UserGettingPermission -AccessRights FullAccess

Give Send As permission

Add-RecipientPermission MailboxOwnerUsername -AccessRights SendAs -Trustee UserGettingPermission

365 Calendar Permissions

May 23, 2018

Calendar Permissions
Of course these would work with any folder and yes, I could teach the user how to do this themselves, but they do it less frequently than I do; this is just easier.

List the current permissions on the Calendar

get-mailboxfolderpermission -Identity username:\calendar

Add permissions
(use set-mailboxfolderpermissions to change)

add-mailboxfolderpermission -Identity username:\calendar -user otheruser -accessrights Editor

Delete/remove Permissions

remove-mailboxfolderpermission -Identity username:\calendar -user otheruser -confirm:$false


Permission levels:

  • Owner
    • read, create, modify and delete all items and folders. Also this role allows manage items permissions
  • PublishingEditor
    • read, create, modify and delete items/subfolders
  • Editor
    • read, create, modify and delete items
  • PublishingAuthor
    • read, create all items/subfolders. You can modify and delete only items you create
  • Author
    • create and read items; edit and delete own items
  • NonEditingAuthor
    • full read access and create items. You can delete only your own items
  • Reviewer
    • read only
  • Contributor
    • create items and folders
  • AvailabilityOnly
    • read free/busy information from calendar