Exterior Visitors in Office 365 – Access and Discussing
An important issue to look into Office 365 is discussing with exterior guest users whose accounts and credentials aren’t controlled in your Office 365 tenant.
They are those who are not vendors or contractors who’re granted a workplace 365 account in your organization’s Office 365 subscription.
Automatically, in the tenant level, Office 365 Groups allow proprietors and Office 365 global managers the opportunity to:
- Add exterior visitors as people
- Provide exterior visitors and people to gain access to Group files and OneNote.
Fix via PowerShell command: Restrict exterior access and discussing by making use of these cmdlets for your Office 365 Groups template in Azure Active Directory:
- Use AllowGuestsToBeOwner cmdlet, place it to “False.”
- Use AllowGuestsToAccessGroups cmdletm place it to “False.”
- Use AllowToAddGuests cmdlet, place it to “False.”
Display your organization’s Office 365 guest usage policy like a URL in exterior discussing emails and educate guest users:
- Use GuestUsageGuidelinesUrl cmdlet.
Governance Automation Online allows you to setup multiple, granular policies. Whether you’re allowing users to ask other visitors, share files or OneNote docs when it’s safe, or stop when it isn’t.
For more information on Office 365 — especially Office 365 Groups and Microsoft Teams, make sure to take a look at our Ebook!