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by lunarg on February 19th 2021, at 09:54

You can enforce a password change for Office 365 (Azure AD) users without having to reset the password through Powershell.

For a single user:

Set-MsolUserPassword -UserPrincipalName user@domain.com -ForceChangePasswordOnly $true -ForceChangePassword $true

To force all users to change their password:

Get-MsolUser -All | Set-MsolUserPassword -ForceChangePasswordOnly $true -ForceChangePassword $true

You can also use filters ? {} to limit the password change enforcement to specific groups of users.

Note that it is recommended to also use Revoke-AzureADUserAllRefreshToken to end all current open sessions, and immediately enforcing the user(s) to log in again and change their passwords.

by lunarg on February 18th 2021, at 17:35
Offline installation of PowerCLI module is possible by following these easy steps:Uninstall all older PowerCLI software (6.5R1 or earlier).

Download the PowerCLI offline bundle (ZIP-file) from the PowerCLI home page.

Transfer the ZIP to the machine on which PowerCLI is to be installed.

Open Powershell on the target machine.

To determine the modules folder paths, run this:$env:PSModulePath

The modules will have to be extracted in one of the folders from the output of the above command. Both user-based and machine-based installation is possible (e.g. C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules).

Extract the contents of the ZIP file directly into the folder.

For Windows, run this   ...
 
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