Obviously this isn’t something that you would do a lot, but in case you need to know how, here’s how you can reset all user passwords in a Microsoft Office 365 environment:
Help on accessing Office 365 powershell:
Once your connected run the following commands:
Connect-MsolService -cred $cred
Get-Command -Module msonline
Get-msoluser |set-msoluserpassword -newpassword “password” -forcechangepassword $false
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Very powerful cmdlet indeed, how many times have you wanted to make a change to remote registries…or thousands of them!
In version 2.0 of PowerShell, you can now use a direct command-let (get-Counter) to get at the Performance Monitor counters.