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Quick Connect for Cloud Services 3.7 - Administrator Guide

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Creating a Microsoft Office 365 connection

Working with Microsoft Office 365 > Creating a Microsoft Office 365 connection

To create a new connection

  1. Make sure that the software specified in the System Requirements section of the Quick Connect for Cloud Services Release Notes is installed on the computer on which you plan to use the Microsoft Office 365 Connector.
  2. In the Quick Connect Administration Console, open the Connections tab.
  3. Click Add connection, and then use the following options:
    • Connection name. Type a descriptive name for the connection.
    • Use the specified connector. Select Microsoft Office 365 Connector.
  4. Click Next.
  5. On the Specify connection settings page, use the following options:
    • Microsoft Online Services ID. Type the Microsoft Online Services ID with which you want to access Office 365. The Office 365 user account whose ID you specify must have the Global Administrator role and Exchange Online license assigned in your Office 365 organization.
    • Password. Type the password for the specified Microsoft Online Services ID.
    • Proxy server. Specify whether you want to use a proxy server for the connection. You can select one of the following options:
      • Use Internet Explorer settings. Causes the connector to automatically detect and use the proxy server settings specified in Microsoft Internet Explorer installed on the One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine computer.
      • Use WinHTTP settings. Causes the connector to use the proxy server settings configured for Windows HTTP Services (WinHTTP).
      • Automatically detect. Automatically detects and uses proxy server settings.
      • Do not use proxy settings. Specifies to not use proxy server for the connection.
    • SharePoint Online. Select this check box to work with object types and attributes specific to SharePoint Online. For detailed information about these object types, see Objects and attributes specific to Microsoft Office 365 services.

      If you select this check box, use the Administration Center URL text box to enter the SharePoint Online administration center URL.

      To use this option, you must install SharePoint Online Management Shell on your computer. For details, see the System Requirements section in the Release Notes.

    • Lync Online. Select this check box to work with object types and attributes specific to Lync Online. For detailed information about these object types, see Objects and attributes specific to Microsoft Office 365 services.

      To use this option, you must install Windows PowerShell Module for Lync Online on your computer. For details, see the System Requirements section in the Release Notes.

    • Test Connection. Click this button to verify the specified connection settings.
  6. Click Finish to create a connection to Microsoft Office 365.

Modifying a Microsoft Office 365 connection

Working with Microsoft Office 365 > Modifying a Microsoft Office 365 connection

To modify connection settings

  1. In the Quick Connect Administration Console, open the Connections tab.
  2. Click Connection settings below the existing Microsoft Office 365 connection you want to modify.
  3. On the Connection Settings tab, click the Specify connection settings item to expand it and use the following options:
    • Microsoft Online Services ID. Type the Microsoft Online Services ID with which you want to access Office 365. The Office 365 user account whose ID you specify must have the Global Administrator role and Exchange Online license assigned in your Office 365 organization.
    • Password. Type the password for the specified Microsoft Online Services ID.
    • Proxy server. Specify whether you want to use a proxy server for the connection. You can select one of the following options:
      • Use Internet Explorer settings. Causes the connector to automatically detect and use the proxy server settings specified in Microsoft Internet Explorer installed on the One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine computer.
      • Use WinHTTP settings. Causes the connector to use the proxy server settings configured for Windows HTTP Services (WinHTTP).
      • Automatically detect. Automatically detects and uses proxy server settings.
      • Do not use proxy settings. Specifies to not use proxy server for the connection.
    • SharePoint Online. Select this check box to work with object types and attributes specific to SharePoint Online. For detailed information about these object types, see Objects and attributes specific to Microsoft Office 365 services.

      If you select this check box, use the Administration Center URL text box to enter the SharePoint Online administration center URL.

      To use this option, you must install SharePoint Online Management Shell on your computer. For details, see the System Requirements section in the Release Notes.

    • Exchange Online. Select this check box to work with object types and attributes specific to Exchange Online. For detailed information about these object types and attributes, see Objects and attributes specific to Microsoft Office 365 services.
    • Lync Online. Select this check box to work with object types and attributes specific to Lync Online. For detailed information about these object types, see Objects and attributes specific to Microsoft Office 365 services.

      To use this option, you must install Windows PowerShell Module for Lync Online on your computer. For details, see the System Requirements section in the Release Notes.

    • Test Connection. Click this button to verify the specified connection settings.
  4. When you are finished, click Save.

Microsoft Office 365 data supported out of the box

Working with Microsoft Office 365 > Microsoft Office 365 data supported out of the box

The next table lists the Microsoft Office 365 object types supported by the Microsoft Office 365 Connector out of the box and provides information about the operations you can perform on these objects by using the Microsoft Office 365 Connector.

 

Table 11:  Supported objects and operations

Object

Read

Create

Delete

Update

ClientPolicy

Allows you to work with client policies in Lync Online. You can use client policies to determine the features of Lync Online that are available to users.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see ClientPolicy object attributes.

Yes

No

No

No

ConferencingPolicy

Allows you to work with conferencing policies in Lync Online. You can use conferencing policies to determine the features available to the users participating in a conference.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see ConferencingPolicy object attributes.

Yes

No

No

No

Contact

Allows you to work with external contact properties in Office 365.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see Contact object attributes.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

DistributionGroup

Allows you to work with distribution group properties in Office 365.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see DistributionGroup object attributes.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Domain

Allows you to retrieve information about domains in Office 365.

For more information on what data you can retrieve, see Domain object attributes.

Yes

No

No

No

DynamicDistributionGroup

Allows you to work with dynamic distribution group properties in Office 365.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see DynamicDistributionGroup object attributes.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

ExternalAccessPolicy

Allows you to work with external access policies in Lync Online.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see ExternalAccessPolicy object attributes.

Yes

No

No

No

HostedVoicemailPolicy

Allows you to work with voice mail policies in Lync Online.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see HostedVoicemailPolicy object attributes.

Yes

No

No

No

LicensePlanService

Allows you to retrieve information related to the license plans and services that are currently in use in Office 365.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see LicensePlanService object attributes.

Yes

No

No

No

Mailbox

Allows you to work with Exchange Online mailboxes in Office 365.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see Mailbox object attributes.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

MailUser

Allows you to work with mail user properties in Office 365.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see MailUser object attributes.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

PresencePolicy

Allows you to work with presence policies in Lync Online.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see PresencePolicy object attributes.

Yes

No

No

No

SecurityGroup

Allows you to work with security group properties in Office 365.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see SecurityGroup object attributes.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

SPOSite

Allows you to work with the properties of site collections in SharePoint Online.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see SPOSite object attributes.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

SPOSiteGroup

Allows you to work with groups inside site collections in SharePoint Online.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see SPOSiteGroup object attributes.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

SPOWebTemplate

Allows you to work with Web templates in SharePoint Online.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see SPOWebTemplate object attributes.

Yes

No

No

No

SPOTenant

Allows you to work with SharePoint Online organization.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see SPOTenant object attributes.

Yes

No

No

Yes

User

Allows you to read and write user properties in Office 365.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see User object attributes.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

VoicePolicy

Allows you to read or write data related to voice policies in Lync Online.

For more information on what data you can read and write, see VoicePolicy object attributes.

Yes

No

No

No

This section describes the attributes provided by the Microsoft Office 365 Connector. By using these attributes, you can read and/or write data related to a particular object in Microsoft Office 365.

In this section:

ClientPolicy object attributes

 

Table 12: ClientPolicy attributes

Attribute

Description

Supported operations

Anchor

Gets the Anchor property value of the policy.

Read

Description

Gets the policy description.

Read

Identity

Gets the unique identifier assigned to the policy.

Read

Members

Gets the users who have been assigned the policy.

Read

ObjectID

Gets the unique object identifier (GUID).

Read

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