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I don't get it. I really don't get it.
Ok, you want to have a web-interface to manage whatthefuckisthatthing, then make the fucking interface COMPLETE!
With this I mean, is not fucking possible that to do X you have to hop into the console and type the sql query to alter the database by hand. And I'm not talking about "weird" thing, but dumb normal thing.
In specific: I was trying to create a new DistributionGroup in ExchangeOnline, no problem so far. The problem is that 2 of the members are actually Office 365 Groups.
Well... the interface doesn't allow to add an O365 group to a distribution group, you can only search and select users and other distribution groups.
How do you "fix" the problem? Use PowerShell!
Now... I'm the only one that had to do such thing? What the...
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By Francesco posted 03/05/2018 11:09
l'interfaccia primaria di interazione con il mondo 365 ed Azure è la powershell.
L'interfaccia WEB viene usata come mera comoditiy per utenti poco avezzi.
In effetti è un cambio di filosofia molto forte per Microsoft ma va avanti ormai da una decina d'anni e dovrebbe essere familiare a chi viene ad Unix.
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