I’ve updated the Microsoft cloud suites feature comparison page with all other suites Microsoft including all their features. I’ve also added all Education sku’s. You can use the pivot table to sort / mix / match according to your exact needs. If you need any assistance with Microsoft 365, don’t be a stranger 🙂
A full overview of all Microsoft 365 (Business, F1, E3 and E5) plans and their features in a table for your convenience 🙂
Many Office 365 clients (and especially Excel) really don’t like long paths. The older the client, the worse the issues.
To find files over a certain path length in Office 365, I wrote a script a while back. This required manual perusal of the results and manual correction of the issues.
The new version of my script now features fully automatic discovery, a flexible editor and automatic correction of paths based on what you entered into the editor.
You can get the PowerShell script / editor from my git repository here.
Many thanks to CTS in their help me designing and testing this script!
How to use
- download the script and save it somewhere
- Copy the desired Sharepoint Library into a new Sharepoint Library and/or site
- Run the script only for that site by specifying the -specificSiteUrls parameter
- do some corrections, commit them, check the results
- If satisfied, set permissions for your admin account on the actual production sites your wish to fix (script for Onedrive Mass Permissions here)
- Ensure no users have open files in the library
- Remove any non-standard characters from folder names (see script source, example code at the top)
- Please make sure you TEST this on a copy of your document library/sites before using the ‘commit’ option.
- Use at your own risk.
- I recommend turning on the Universal Audit log before usage.
For those googling this error in the Update Management console in Azure:
System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x80240438): Exception from HRESULT: 0x80240438 at Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Mom.Modules.ChangeTracking.WUA.IUpdateSearcher2.EndSearch(ISearchJob searchJob) at Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Advisor.PatchManagement.WindowsUpdateHelper.GetUpdateSnapshot(TimeSpan timeout, Boolean onlineSearch, DateTime lastTimeUpdateApplied, IAutomaticUpdates2 automaticUpdates, UpdateModuleState state)
Fix: Exempt the server from group policies (or alternative solutions) that configure Windows Update. GPO’s override Azure Update Management and block the Azure agent from searching for updates.
For those googling above error, try disabling your Intune App Protection Policy targeting Onedrive for Business 😉