Newsletter - 2020 June

June 2020


What's new in sapio365?

Hi there,

Deconfinement is starting but many employees are still working from home, and IT administration is still top of mind. The latest version of sapio365 has some new jobs that will help you tackle your Office 365 tasks, especially if you are concerned with security issues regarding the Giphy setting or how to better manage your Teams.

What you can NOW do with sapio365

Disable the Giphy setting in existing Teams

With this new job from sapio365, you can raise the bar in privacy protection. You’ll be able to disable the Giphy setting in your Teams – all of them at once, or pick only a few Teams. You’ll be able to do it with just a few clicks and no code! Read more….


Time for a Spring cleaning. With this new automated job, you’ll be able to list all your Teams that have guests and remove them. Then disable the setting at the same time to make sure no one is sharing private content. Read more…


Who’s been taking advantage of Teams to create new Teams, who may need more training to learn how to do so, and who is creating too many? This new job from sapio365 will let you identify the newest Teams sorted by the department of the Team’s creator. Read more…


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sapio365 v1.7

sapio365 v1.7 is here!

Version 1.7 is jam-packed with major changes, added features and visible improvements. Start by picking the session type you need according to your Office 365 role and the data you want to access.

Once connected, see how we’ve made managing groups even easier by seeing who is a member, owner, guest or contact and manage them all in one place. You’re even able to manage private channel members, site content and chats – even if you’re not an owner.

You’ll also experience greater control of sapio365 RBAC, richer usage reports, the ability to check in checked out files, change Teams settings, and lots more – update sapio365 today or download it below!

Top new features

Choose your sapio365 session type more easily

We’ve relabeled sapio365 sessions according to the scope they provide you. Start a Standard session if you can’t get admin consent or if you’ve been assigned a role through sapio365 RBAC. Otherwise, launch an Advanced session and get access equivalent to your Office 365 role, but with so much more at your disposal! And if you’re a global admin, simply elevate your privileges to get access to mailbox and site content you don’t own.

Manage group members AND owners in the same place

Query your groups for their members in sapio365 and you’ll notice the group owners displayed in the same grid. It’s now easier to add or remove members and owners from groups – you’ll even see if they are active users, guests or contacts.

Add or remove private channel members

You can now add or remove members for several private channels in one shot in the new Private Channel Members submodule (accessible from the Channels module). There, you can transform members into owners or vice versa. And when you add new non-Team members to a channel, they get added to the Team automatically – saving you valuable time!

Find and discard checked out documents

We’ve added checkout information in all Files modules so you can get an instant idea of what’s been checked out and by whom in your environment – even if you’re not the SharePoint site owner! Easily discard as many checked out documents as you want with a click.

Combine Usage Reports into a single, more meaningful document

You don’t need to process separate reports to answer usage questions regarding users or groups. sapio365 lets you merge data from several detailed Usage Reports to create a super report that you can refine to get a more complete picture of user activity or group usage.

General additions and enhancements

Along with some minor fixes and improvements that smooth out the user experience, the following general changes are noteworthy because they have an important impact on how you use sapio365.

Set sapio365 RBAC logging and enforcement parameters

When you assign users to roles you create in sapio365 RBAC, you now have the options to log when a role is used and by whom, which sapio365 modules are being accessed, and to enforce the taking on of a role when assigned users sign-in to a Standard session.

Show or hide columns while navigating the Column Map

You can now continuously customize your grid view with the Column Map without closing it, all from the ‘Show/Hide columns’ in the right-click menu. Choose ‘Show column with ID’ to include property technical names in the Column Map.

Less pervasive error messages

Errors sometimes occur when retrieving data from Office 365 because you don’t have access or it no longer exists. We now let you know in a more subtle way by displaying a message in the grid header.

Invert regex queries

Sometimes you just need the opposite of a regex operation. We’ve added a NOT function so that you can get exactly what you want when using regex in a search, filter, etc.

Improved comment management

Managing sapio365’s in-app user comments now includes editing, deletion of entries, refreshing the grid display, and hiding out-of-scope comments.

Improved pivot table function

You can now format all axes in a pivot table. You’ll also have access to a hierarchy view, the use of JavaScript functions to transform values, and the capability to navigate and drill down charts.

Better Azure Cosmos DB connection with more options

Loading and updating data to Azure Cosmos DB is generally faster. You can now select from existing Cosmos DB accounts to connect to your license, or you can clean up unused accounts created by sapio365 in the ‘Set Cosmos DB Connection Info’ section of About sapio365.

Ready to Schedule

New Jobs Added

Report users by disabled service plan

Schedule this job to keep an eye on services your users have available with their licenses, but have still not been enabled.

View private channel sites

If your Office 365 allows the creation of private channels, you can schedule this job to search through Teams and email the list of private channels straight to your mailbox.

What’s new in reports

See documents with retention labels applied

You can now see if any retention labels have been applied to files in OneDrive, Teams documents and site library documents. Simply select your files and click ‘Load Info’ button.

View files only - hide folders

Folders are now hidden by default when choosing a flat view in OneDrive Files, Group Files and Site Files modules. In this flat view, all you see is a convenient list of documents. And to unhide them, just click the ‘Show Folders and Notebooks’ button.

What's new in Users

New Jobs Added

Download messages as EML files

If you ever want to save important messages locally without backing up the entire mailbox, use the ‘Download as EML’ button in the Messages module. Open the EML file using any email client to view the message content, including attachments.

Delete users' mail rules

Since sapio365 helps you find potentially dangerous mail forwarding inbox rules set up by users, it’s only natural to let you remove them with a click. Be on the lookout for rule editing capabilities in the next release!

Revoke users' access to Office 365 applications

Instead of revoking access tokens one user at a time in the admin portal, or going in blind with PowerShell, simply click on the new ‘Revoke Access’ button in sapio365 for any selection of users. Watch how the time value in the ‘Sign-in Sessions valid from’ column resets as users are required to re-sign in to all Office 365 applications within the next 15 minutes.

Reset passwords or force users to change it on sign-in

You now have the choice to reset users’ passwords or force them to change it on the next sign-in, or to do both. This includes the option of requiring users to sign in using Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA).

Get partial grid update when cancelling a Refresh All

When you cancel a ‘Refresh All’, you’re now offered the option to update the grid with partial results in the Users module.

Create a user from a template

When creating a new user, you can now select existing users to prefill the creation dialog with their common properties like department, country, office, etc.

What’s new in Groups & Teams

Get access to private channel chats
If you want to avoid adding yourself to private channels to access their chats, you can request authorization from Microsoft to use protected APIs used by sapio365. We’ve made things easier with a guide on filling out the form. You can access it by clicking on the ‘Request access (private channel chats)’ button under ‘New Advanced Session’.

Get private channel members & library storage info in the Channels module
Before you head over to manage private channel members, you can preview them in the newly-added column ‘Channel members’ in the Channels module. We’ve also added some site library information here. Simply click on ‘Load Info’ to retrieve them.

Show or hide nested group members
Nested group members are now hidden by default in the Group members module. Display them by clicking on the ‘Nested Group’ button in the ribbon.

Create an Office 365 group from a template
Just like for users, when creating a new group, you can now select existing groups to prefill the creation dialog with some basic properties they have in common like name, description and privacy.

Access private channels’ SharePoint sites
Having a hard time identifying SharePoint sites associated to your Team private channels? Select all private channels in the Channels module and click on the new button ‘Sites…’ to get info like URL, created on, last modified, etc.

Edit Teams settings
Bulk update your settings for Teams in the Groups module, including member settings, guest settings, messaging and fun settings.

New column properties for ‘Icon’ and ‘Extension’ added to attachment info in Group Conversation Posts
With these two new columns, you can now filter or categorize post attachments by their extension or their representative icon.

SharePoint sites

What's New

Added new columns: Library storage information

Just like in the Users and Groups modules, we’ve added property columns displaying various drive information for SharePoint sites. Sort and filter relevant columns to see which sites have reached their consumption quotas, or categorize them by their quota state to get a general picture of storage consumption.


Get started with sapio365

Get started with sapio365

Here’s what you need to know to install sapio365 and begin getting to know your tenant like only sapio365 can show you.

1. Download

Click on the download link in your confirmation email.

2. Install

Run and follow the instructions in the installer package.

3. Register and go

Start and register sapio365. Then begin exploring your Office 365 tenant.

Start exploring your tenant here.

sapio365 Home screen

Which session type should I choose?

What you’ll be able to do in sapio365 depends on a combination of your user rights and the session type you use.

If you are NOT an admin, start with a Standard session—it is usable right “out of the box.” For other sessions, admin consent is required. You can always request consent in the meantime.

Standard session

Users can access all their own data including:

  • Messages
  • Contacts
  • Drive items and their permissions
  • Group listings, group owners, and memberships
  • Calendar events for accessible mailboxes
  • Site and site list information

Advanced session

Additional access (according to user rights):

  • All users' directory properties/info
  • Memberships of hidden groups
  • Group conversations and extended group information
  • All calendar events for public groups and private groups you have access to
  • All drive items you have access to through groups, sites, or user sharing

Advanced session with elevated privileges

Additional access (with full permissions assigned):

  • Complete account info for all users
  • All mail for all users, including attachments
  • All mailbox settings for all mailboxes
  • All drive items for all groups, users, and sites
  • All calendar information for all users and groups
  • All SharePoint site information, including lists and list items
  • All contacts for all users

No admin consent required

Learn More

Admin consent required

Learn more

Admin consent required

Learn More

Try sapio365 today:

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No credit card required. Install it locally.
Download. Install. Register. Work.
It’s that easy.


sapio365 General FAQs

General questions about sapio365

Although web-based portals and interfaces are convenient, and very much in fashion, they often lack the immediacy and pure data-handling power of a compiled application.

Due to the nature of sapio365, whose approach is bringing entire tenants of data directly to the forefront, and letting you work with this data in a multitude of ways, a compiled desktop client is the only way to achieve this.

No, you can’t manage your tenant from a tablet, or from your phone. What you do get is access to even multiple tenants of data at once, across multiple account sessions.

Serious Office 365 administration and management, through one dedicated client.

This also has added security benefits as well. Contrary to any number of web-based solutions, sapio365’s local installation means that your data STAYS WITH YOU, and NEVER passes through another server.

While sapio365 retrieves your tenant data to display it in a grid, ONLY the user and group lists are stored locally on your machine. This caching is necessary for much faster loading when dealing with massive numbers of users and groups.

Cached data is stored in a local database encrypted by and for the current computer. Note that caching is an option that can be disabled at any time.

No tenant data is stored once your session is closed except for the cache (if enabled), files you’ve downloaded and any grid data you’ve exported.

No.

File-type icons are included in sapio365’s grid for quick reference purposes only. sapio365 provides you with a “dynamic snapshot” of OneDrive contents. It also gives you the option to download files if you choose to do so.

All features in sapio365 can be used in automated tasks in sapio365. We call these JOBs and they are ready to use from within the modules and from the main window. You can even schedule them to run during off hours and receive the report by email. Presets offer a one-time setup which can then be reused for repeating job schedules.

We work hard to stay up to date with the latest changes in Office 365 and whether or not it is possible to implement functionality related to these changes. On the average, you can expect a couple of updates per quarter.

sapio365 runs on Windows 7 or later. So, of course, your computer must have at least this minimum. However, we recommend that you have at least the following:

– Free space: 200 MB on your destination drive
– RAM: As much as possible*
– CPU: As fast as possible*

**sapio365 is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions, and is subject to certain constraints:
The 32-bit version is limited to the memory usage limitations inherent to 32-bit.
The 64-bit version will make use of the full capacity of your system.

No. sapio365 is a local installation and your data NEVER passes through another server. Ytria employs secure authentication methods so you can access your data with sapio365, but has no access whatsoever to any data that is retrieved using sapio365.

Ytria doesn’t even have access to the sapio365 trace log, unless you choose to send a copy to us for support purposes.

When first launching sapio365 with either a Standard or Advanced session, you are asked to sign-in with your Microsoft Office 365 credentials. If the authentication is successful and if you are allowed to consent to applications, you will then be prompted by Microsoft to grant ‘app consent’ to sapio365. This Microsoft dialog says: “This app would like to: ”, followed by a list of permissions.

The consent you give is strictly between the sapio365 app and your tenant. And since sapio365 is installed on your computer, this means that your data NEVER goes through any third-party servers.

There are two types of consent when managing applications in Microsoft Azure Active Directory:

– User Consent, or consent provided by an end user
– Admin Consent, or consent provided by an administrator

When launching a Standard session for the first time, the application requires a one-time user consent for sapio365 to access your data.

You can think of giving user consent as saying: “Connect to my Office 365 resources“.

When launching an Advanced session for the first time, the application requires a one-time admin consent for sapio365 to access Office 365 data. Only users with a Global Administrator role in the Office 365 organization can give consent to the application.

Global admins can also give that consent on behalf of all users in the organization. Therefore users do not have to provide additional consent, and the application can access signed-on users’ resources immediately.

You can think of giving admin consent as saying: “Sign my organization up to use this application”.

The commenting feature in sapio365 allows each user to add their own notes in dedicated columns. These comments are persistent and can be shared. This means sapio365 can be used as a kind of team workspace.

A history is kept of all comments which can be managed via the View All button. This includes the options to search, edit and delete.

  • Persistent comments can be kept as a to do list, or to help identify items that require attention.
  • Can be set to Shared – turning sapio365 into a workspace for your team
  • History of all comments
  • Search – quickly find specific comments
  • Use formulas to easily pull in data from other columns
  • Color code specific comments
  • Mange a list of all comments with search, edit and delete.

Try sapio365 today:

Free for 7 days

No credit card required. Install it locally.
Download. Install. Register. Work.
It’s that easy.


Why is sapio365 making me sign-in and grant permissions? Is this secure?

Why is sapio365 making me sign-in and grant permissions? Is this secure?

When first launching sapio365 with either a Standard or Advanced session, you are asked to sign-in with your Microsoft Office 365 credentials. If the authentication is successful and if you are allowed to consent to applications, you will then be prompted by Microsoft to grant ‘app consent’ to sapio365. This Microsoft dialog says: “This app would like to: ”, followed by a list of permissions.
The consent you give is strictly between the sapio365 app and your tenant. And since sapio365 is installed on your computer, this means that your data NEVER goes through any third-party servers.

Secure

Your data remains between your computer and your tenant – it never passes through external servers

Private

Your consent only applies to this instance of sapio365 – it will not be accessible to other instances of sapio365

Compliant

Your consent only works within your current tenant rights

Overview

There are two types of consent when managing applications in Microsoft Azure Active Directory:

  1. User Consent, or consent provided by an end user
  2. Admin Consent, or consent provided by an administrator

When launching a Standard session for the first time, the application requires a one-time user consent for sapio365 to access your data.
You can think of giving user consent as saying: “Connect to my Office 365 resources“.

When launching an Advanced session for the first time, the application requires a one-time admin consent for sapio365 to access Office 365 data. Only users with a Global Administrator role in the Office 365 organization can give consent to the application.

Global admins can also give that consent on behalf of all users in the organization. Therefore users do not have to provide additional consent, and the application can access signed-on users’ resources immediately.
You can think of giving admin consent as saying: “Sign my organization up to use this application”

Try sapio365 today:

Free for 7 days

No credit card required. Install it locally.
Download. Install. Register. Work.
It’s that easy.


Standard session in sapio365

What's a standard session in sapio365?

A standard session in sapio365 lets you access all data for which you have permissions, including your own:

  • Messages, mail rules, calendar events, and personal contacts
  • OneDrive documents and their permissions
  • Group and SharePoint site document libraries
  • Group/Team owner and member lists
  • Site and site list information

See the complete list of features

Are you an admin?

Use the extended permissions of an advanced session to manage settings, users, groups, Teams, sites and more. You will need to obtain admin consent from a global administrator.

Learn more about advanced session

Have an assigned role?

Your admin can create roles in sapio365 RBAC to give you greater access within a specific scope. Choose one from a list of available roles upon sign-in or later.
Once you apply a role, your session becomes role-enabled and is added to your session list.

Standard Session

Most Frequent Questions

When launching a Standard session for the first time, the application requires a one-time user consent for sapio365 to access your data.

You consent to sapio365 accessing your data within the scope of your Office 365 rights. Since sapio365 is a locally installed application, your information NEVER goes through any third-party servers. You can think of giving user consent as saying: “Connect to my Office 365 resources”.

No, sapio365 does not require external servers to process this information – ever

You can equally remove this application whenever you wish by clicking Revoke in the App permissions section.

The administrator can turn off user consent in which case you may find this option disabled. Note that, by default, the user consent option is implemented for Office 365 organizations in Azure AD. However, an administrator can change this default setting to prevent end users from installing applications. Another reason you may not be able to provide your user consent is that you are not on the allowed list of users set up by your admin.

Yes, just like for any application in your Azure AD, you can enable “User assignment required?” (1) and add users (2).

If you’re a global admin, you will see a checkbox option “Consent on behalf of your organization” when you’re giving consent. Checking this box will prevent your users (who can use sapio365 Standard sessions) from being prompted to give their consent. If you don’t check it, the only consent given is yours, and your users will be prompted for their consent when creating a Standard session.

You can equally remove this application whenever you wish by clicking Revoke in the App permissions section.

What can I do in a Standard session?

If your user rights allow you, you can do the following:

Users

      • View the entire list for your tenant’s directory as well as all users’ profile information
      • View service plans and license information for all users
      • Edit user profile information if your user rights allow
      • Create new user profiles if your user rights allow
      • Display group memberships for up to all users in your tenant’s directory
      • For your own account and those users whose mailboxes you have access to, see all:
        • Messages
        • Contacts
        • Calendar entries

Groups and Teams

      • View all groups in your tenant, including their property information
      • For all groups you have access to in your Office 365 portal:
        • Display all group owners and members
        • Retrieve document library files
        • View group SharePoint site information
      • Remove and add members or owners for all groups you own

Mail

For your own mailbox and other mailboxes you have access to:

  • View all messages—including the mail folder structure.
  • Preview messages directly from the full message list.
  • See all message properties.
  • Access all attachment information—and download or delete attachments directly.
  • View the make-up of all your inbox rules in one place

Calendar events

For your own mailbox and other mailboxes you have access to:For your own mailbox and other mailboxes you have access to:

  • View all calendar events
  • Preview calendar event body
  • See attachment information.

Personal contacts

See your own contacts as well as contacts of users whose mailbox you have access to.

OneDrive files and folders

For your OneDrive and all others you have access to:

  • See all file information in a hierarchical view—including who it’s been shared with and how.
  • Download or upload files.
  • Rename or delete documents and folders.

Learn more about the other session types:

Advanced sessionAdvanced session with elevated privileges

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Advanced session in sapio365

What's an advanced session in sapio365?

An advanced session in sapio365 lets you access and manage all data for which you have permissions, as well as some settings not available in the portal UI. This includes:

  • Messages, calendar events and personal contacts for accessible mailboxes
  • Owned and shared OneDrive documents and their permissions
  • Group and SharePoint site document libraries
  • Group owners and members
  • Site and site list information
  • Directory roles
  • Usage and audit reports

See the complete list of features

Are you a global admin?

Get even more access with elevated privileges

Use the extended reach of application-based permissions to manage data for mailboxes and SharePoint sites you do not own.

Learn more about using elevated privileges

Create custom, granular roles

Give users greater access within a specific scope by creating roles with sapio365’s role-based access control (RBAC) system. Use any user, group or site property as a scope or Learn how to use sapio365 RBAC.

Learn how to use sapio365 RBAC

Advanced Session

Most Frequent Questions

When launching an Advanced session for the first time, the application requires a one-time admin consent for sapio365 to access Office 365 data.

An application is created in your tenant’s Azure AD with permissions that require admin consent.

You’re consenting to the delegated permissions of the sapio365 application that allow you to access Office 365 data within the scope of your user rights in Office 365. This consent is between you and the sapio365 application. Your data NEVER goes through any third-party servers.

Only a global (company) administrator can provide admin consent for the permissions of sapio365 applications used in advanced and elevated sessions. If you can’t obtain admin consent, you can use a standard session.

No. Your access and actions remain limited by the rights and permissions you have in Office 365. An advanced session in sapio365 gives you the advantage of having everything in one place, the ability to make bulk changes and create custom reports. You’ll need elevated privileges to access mailboxes and sites you don’t own. Get more info here.

No, sapio365 does not require external servers to process this information – ever.

Some data is stored locally on your machine as a cache to improve processing times. The encryption of data is session-based so your information is protected.

Yes, just like for any application in your Azure AD, you can enable “User assignment required?” (1) and add users (2).

What can I do in an Advanced session?

If your user rights allow you, you can do the following:

Users

  • View the entire user list for your tenant’s directory as well as all users’ profile information.
  • Manage service plans and license information for all users.
  • Edit user profile information for any user, even multiple users at once.
  • Create new user profiles, even multiple profiles at once.
  • Display group memberships for every users in your tenant’s directory.
  • See all, For your own account and those users whose mailboxes you have access to.
    • Drive items
    • Messages
    • Contacts
    • Calendar entries

Groups and Teams

  • View all groups in your tenant, including their property information.
  • Display all group owners.
  • Retrieve all drive item information.
  • View group SharePoint site information.
  • Add or remove owners for any group in your tenant, even multiple groups and owners at once.
  • Manage delivery restrictions on any group in your tenant, even multiple groups at once.

Mail

  • View all messages—including the mail folder structure.
  • Preview messages directly from the full message list.
  • See all message properties.
  • Access all attachment information—and download or delete attachments directly.
  • Manage mail rules for all mailboxes.

Calendar events

  • View all calendar events.
  • Preview calendar event body.
  • Download or delete attachments.

Personal contacts

See every users’ personal contacts.

OneDrive files and folders

  • Manage all information—including permissions—for every OneDrive file and folder in your tenant.
  • Download files and folders.
  • Upload files and folders.
  • Create folders.

SharePoint sites and lists

  • Retrieve all SharePoint site information, including storage quotas.
  • Show all lists—as well as their items and columns—for all your accessible sites at once
  • Manage all document library files and their permissions in one place.

Learn more about the other session types:

Standard SessionAdvanced session with elevated privileges

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Advanced session with elevated privileges in sapio365

What's an advanced session with elevated privileges in sapio365?

When you choose to associate elevated privileges with your Advanced session, you add a greater level of access to Office 365 data by using an additional, complementary sapio365 application with application-based permissions. This allows you to manage mailboxes and SharePoint sites you don’t own. This means that in addition to everything you get in an Advanced session, you also get access to:

  • All users' messages, settings, calendar events and personal contacts
  • All users' mail rules
  • All users' OneDrive documents and their permissions
  • All SharePoint site document libraries
  • Checked out files and retention labels
  • All site and site list information
  • All Teams & private channel content

See the complete list of features

Need access to private channel chats?

The only way to read private channel chats is to be a member of that channel. Or just use an Advanced session with elevated privileges and simply fill out a request for approval from Microsoft.

Advanced session with elevated privileges

Most Frequent Questions

A registered sapio365 application is created in your tenant’s Azure AD with app-based permissions that require consent from a global admin. This application is then used in conjunction with the sapio365 app with delegated permissions that you’ve previously consented to. Together, these apps give you the maximum reach into your tenant data.

You’re consenting to the permissions of the registered sapio365 application that allow you to access Office 365 data. This consent is between you and the sapio365 application. Your data NEVER goes through any third-party servers.

Yes you can create your app with specific permissions, or you can use an existing one.

Only a global (company) administrator can provide admin consent for the permissions of registered sapio365 applications used in Advanced sessions with elevated privileges. If you can’t obtain admin consent, you can use a standard session.

Yes. An Advanced session in sapio365 gives you the advantage of having everything in one place, the ability to make bulk changes and create custom reports, based on the rights and permissions you have in Office 365. Using elevated privileges will give you access to information related to mailboxes and sites you don’t own.

No, sapio365 does not require external servers to process this information – ever.

Some data is stored locally on your machine as a cache to improve processing times. The encryption of data is session-based so your information is protected.

Private channel chats are only available to the members of that channel whether you use native tools or third-party tools like sapio365. Accessing chats in a Team’s private channel requires submitting a completed justification form to Microsoft to request authorization for an application (sapio365) to use Protected APIs in Microsoft Teams.

To make things easier, we’ve prepared information you’ll need and some sample text you can use to fill out the form. Follow the steps below.

  1. Make sure you are in an active Advanced session with elevated privileges.
  2. Click on the ‘Request Access (Private Channel Chats)’ submenu item of ‘New Advanced Session’ to see our guide.
  3. Click on the link to open Microsoft’s request form in your browser and fill it out using the info and suggested answers in the guide.

What can I do in an Advanced session with elevated privileges?

With the full set of Ytria-recommended permissions, you can do the following:

Users

  • View the entire user list for your tenant’s directory as well as all users’ profile information.
  • Manage service plans and license information for all users.
  • Edit user profile information for any user, even multiple users at once.
  • Create new user profiles, even multiple profiles at once.
  • Display group memberships for every users in your tenant’s directory.
  • For your own account and those users whose mailboxes you have access to, see all:
    • Drive items
    • Messages
    • Contacts
    • Calendar entries

Groups and Teams

  • View all groups in your tenant, including their property information.
  • Display all group owners.
  • Retrieve all drive item information.
  • View group SharePoint site information.
  • Add or remove owners for any group in your tenant, even multiple groups and owners at once.
  • Manage delivery restrictions on any group in your tenant, even multiple groups at once.

Mail

  • View all messages—including the mail folder structure.
  • Preview messages directly from the full message list.
  • See all message properties.
  • Access all attachment information—and download or delete attachments directly.
  • Manage mail rules for all mailboxes.

Calendar events

  • View all calendar events.
  • Preview calendar event body.
  • Download or delete attachments.

Personal contacts

  • See every users’ personal contacts.

OneDrive files and folders

  • Manage all information—including permissions—for every OneDrive file and folder in your tenant.
  • Download files and folders.
  • Upload files and folders.
  • Create folders.

SharePoint sites and lists

  • Retrieve all SharePoint site information, including storage quotas.
  • Show all lists—as well as their items and columns—for all your accessible sites at once.
  • Manage all document library files and their permissions in one place.

Learn more about the other session types:

Standard sessionAdvanced session

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Role-based access control in sapio365

Role-based access control in sapio365 (RBAC)

Delegate ANY task without compromising security

Don't settle for the limits of Office 365 roles and Administrative Units—define your custom roles with specific permissions scoped to sets based on user, group and site attributes.

Secure Delegation

Users use their own credentials to access the assigned roles and the privileges given to them – they don't get the actual key. Role configuration is locally encrypted and in your own Azure Cosmos DB. sapio365 does not require external servers to process this information - ever.

Granular roles

Roles can range from full power to a single function in sapio365.
Define what delegated users can do and where they can do it. You decide how granular you want to get through permitted tasks.

Dynamic Scopes

Unlike keeping Administrative Units up to date, you don't have to add users to sapio365 RBAC scopes.
The sets you define in sapio365 are dynamic since they are based on specific properties of users, groups or SharePoint sites.

In other words, hand over the exact level of control needed to your delegated users over specifically defined sets of users, groups, and SharePoint sites.

FAQs

The role-based access control system in sapio365 is based on permissions mapped to every action in sapio365. Create custom roles by selecting only the permissions you need to delegate. The actions that you’ve chosen for the role can then be only enabled for a specific scope, or set of users, groups, and sites. The roles you create, the scopes and role assignments-RBAC configuration- are stored in a local encrypted database on your machine. When you connect YOUR Azure Cosmos DB account to your sapio365 license, the local database synchronizes with the one in your Cosmos DB. This allows delegated users to retrieve and take on assigned roles when they sign in to sapio365 on their own computers.

No. sapio365 RBAC does not change any roles or permissions in your Office 365. The delegated roles you create in sapio365 are ONLY available in sapio365—you won’t see them in Office 365 admin centers.

You’ll need to set up a Cosmos DB account. Have your sapio365 invoice information handy and follow the simple steps outlined here.

If you don’t have access to an active Azure AD subscription, you won’t be able to create a Cosmos DB account to use with sapio365 RBAC. Any role you create will be confined to your machine. This means that assigned users can only benefit from assigned roles using sapio365 on your computer.

In the sapio365 tab of the main window, go to ‘RBAC – Configuration’ and set up the credentials to use for the roles you will create.

Step 1 – Enter a unique name and description for the credentials you’re setting up. If you’re using sapio365 RBAC to manage several tenants, you’ll need to do this for each tenant.

 

Step 2 (Optional) – We recommend that you create a new, RBAC-dedicated user and a new registered application but you do have the option of using the credentials of an existing global admin (b) and application (c) by filling out the related fields, and entering the target tenant (a). If that’s the case, skip to Step 6.

 

Step 3 – Click on the button ‘Create New Admin &Application’ to create a new, RBAC-dedicated user and a new registered application.

 

Step 4 – Confirm by clicking on OK.

Step 5 – Sign in with a global admin account to authorize the creation of a RBAC-dedicated user account and of a registered application.

Step 6 – Note that all the fields have been filled out with information of the newly created user and application.

Click on the button ‘Provide Admin Consent to sapio365’ to enable the use of an Advanced session.

Step 7 – Click ‘Continue’

 

Step 8 – Sign-in with global admin credentials.

Step 9 – Click on ‘Accept’ to consent to the listed permissions for sapio365

Step 10 – Click on the button ‘Provide Admin Consent’ in order to benefit from elevated privileges

Step 11 – Click on ‘Continue’

 

Step 12 – Click on ‘OK’

 

Step 13 – Sign in with global admin credentials

Step 14 – Click on ‘Accept’ to consent to the listed permissions for the registered sapio365 application.

You’re now ready to create a role using the credentials you set up.

In the sapio365 tab of the main window, go to ‘RBAC – Configuration’ and set up the credentials to use for the roles you will create.

Step 1 – Click on ‘Create Roles…’.

 

Step 2 – Enter a unique, meaningful name for the role and a description, which will be shown to assigned users.

 

Step 3 – Choose the credentials you wish to use. You can create a new one by clicking on the button ‘New Credentials…’ (see how to set up credentials).

Step 4 – By default, only changes sapio365 users make are logged in the User Activity Logs.
Check the first two options if you wish to keep track of when users use sapio365 roles, and what modules they access.
The third option makes it mandatory for any assigned user to take on a role when signing in to a sapio365 Standard session.

Step 5 – Choose the actions to customize the role you are creating.
Tip. Click on to expand the full list of permissions.

Step 6 (Optional) – Use this section if you wish to limit the number of licenses to manage. Make sure to include the license management permission by clicking on ‘Enable ‘User – Edit Licenses’ permission.

Step 7 – Click OK.

Step 8 – Assign the right scopes (see how to set up scopes).

Step 9 – Assign users.

In the sapio365 tab of the main window, go to ‘RBAC – Configuration’ > Scopes

Step 1 – Click on ‘Create…’.

Step 2 – Give the set a unique, meaningful name.

Step 3 – Select the scope type. A role can have all three different target sets (users, groups, sites) to expand the scope of action, but you’ll need to create separate scopes for each type before you assign them.

Step 4 – Select a property. Adding more than one scope of the same type based on different properties to a role will narrow that role’s scope (ex. users with country=Canada + department=sales will narrow the scope to users in Canada in the sales department).

Step 5 – Enter a property value that defines the scope. Tip: if you’re not sure, open Users, Groups or Sites modules. You can copy/paste the value from the grid.

Step 6 – Choose how to match the value you entered.

Step 7 – Click OK.

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sapio365 v1.6

sapio365 v1.6 is here!

Ease your administration woes with the ability to schedule comprehensive reports directly from sapio365 and get notified by mail with the results. You’ll also experience greater control of sapio365 RBAC, more meaningful loading dialogs, the ability to upload files from your pc and lots more – update sapio365 today or download it below!

Top new features

Easily schedule reports
Create and launch scheduled tasks directly from the Job Center Configuration window. No need to open the Windows Task Scheduler. Presets offer a one-time setup which can then be reused for repeating job schedules. You can even choose to receive the report by email.


 


 

Control access to RBAC, comments and user activity logs

Global admins can now delegate sapio365 administration roles. Assigned users can now oversee the management of sapio365 role-based access control (RBAC), all comments, and all user activity logs without being global administrators.

Upload files or folders

Need to upload some files to several SharePoint Online document libraries or users' OneDrives? Simply select the site collection or folder to which you wish to upload, and then choose a file or folder from your pc.

General additions and enhancements

Along with some minor fixes and improvements that smooth out the user experience, the following general changes are noteworthy because they have an important impact on how you use sapio365.

Loading dialogs are more meaningful

We're always working on reducing loading periods but sometimes waiting becomes inevitable when dealing with big data volumes. We've added more information and counters in the loading dialog so that you understand what's being processed and how much is left to go through.

Enrich comments with Javascript

Grid comments can now interpret Javascript. This extends operations beyond the mathematical expressions that were initially implemented to process data from other columns.

Ready to Schedule

New Jobs Added

Trace email...

Looking for emails with a specific string in the subject line? Run this job to search through every mailbox – specify a date range to speed things up! It's the equivalent of hunting for emails without the Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) license.

Find all 0 byte files in SharePoint libraries

Sometimes files can become corrupt. Run this job to scour your sites for these 0 bytes files – a must for SharePoint Online migrations! You can schedule this report on a recurrent basis to keep an eye out for these files in your site libraries.

Update Users & Groups cache

Keep your Users and Groups cache in sapio365 always up-to-date by scheduling this job to run recurrently in your off hours. If you're working with a large volume of users or groups, you'll appreciate the freshness of your cached information when launching sapio365.

Find Teams where members can add, edit or delete channels

If you want to make sure members of your Teams don't have the ability to change channels, run this job to find Teams with settings set to allow the addition, deletion or editing channels.

What’s new in reports

Limit Sign-in or Audit log entries

Similar to messages, loading the full extent of Audit logs and Sign-ins can take a long time if there is a high level of activity in the tenant. Choose to load only a week's worth to keep your data manageable. You can always request more later.

Up to date usage reports

The Usage Reports module now adapts as new attributes are added (or deprecated) by Microsoft. So if new column properties become available in a usage report in Office 365, you'll see it in the sapio365 usage report of the same name.

Users

New Jobs Added

Trace email...

Just like its scheduled version, this job searches selected users' mailboxes for a specific string. Don't forget to specify a date range to get results quicker.

List owned teams for selected users

Whether you're looking to replace Teams owners who are leaving the company or to generate a Teams ownership report for certain individuals, this shortcut gets you a view of all the teams these selected users own.

What’s new in Users & Groups

Force change password on next sign-in with MFA

You now have the option to require users to sign in using Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) when you reset their passwords. The next time they log into their Office 365 account, they'll be required to use additional credentials before they can change their password

See which Teams are archived

We've added a new "is archived" property column in the Groups module so that you can see which Teams are set as archived.

Groups

New Jobs Added

Find last date groups were emailed...

This job can answer questions like "Are my distribution groups being used?". It searches mailboxes of the members of the selected groups and zooms in on the last email sent to each group. The sent date is then added in a comments column in the Groups module.

Find Teams where members can add, edit or delete channels

Just like the scheduled job, run this job in Groups to get a list of Teams with settings that allow the addition, deletion or edition of channels.

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Speed up multi-user offboarding in Office 365 with sapio365

Speed up multi-user offboarding in Office 365 with sapio365

00:41:30 MIN

In this 30-minute webinar, we'll look at:

  • Teams settings, owners, files
  • Disabling and deleting users
  • Replacing group members & owners
  • Assigning managers
  • Finding checked out documents
  • Moving or backing documents

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The checklist for offboarding a single user in Office 365 is already quite long if you want to ensure your Office 365 environment remains secure and without any loss of knowledge. The list gets longer still with every fresh blog article written on the subject.

And if you’re offboarding multiple users with native Office 365 tools, the task gets even more daunting. We’ll show you how to lighten your load by scaling some of these steps using sapio365.

In this 30-minute webinar, we’ll look at:

  • Teams settings, owners, files
  • Disabling and deleting users
  • Replacing group members & owners
  • Assigning managers
  • Finding checked out documents
  • Moving or backing documents

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No more Ultra Admin session in sapio365

Ultra Admin sessions have evolved into Advanced sessions with elevated privileges

You’re seeing this message because in the past, either you or your global admin created an Ultra Admin session in sapio365 to reach users’ mailboxes and sites you don’t own.

Because of certain Graph API limitations, some sapio365 features were technically limited only to the old Admin session type and required switching between the two type of sessions.

Well, we’ve made things easier by doing the switch automatically for you depending on the request you make. In other words, we’ve merged the benefits obtained from using what was once known as an Admin session with those from using an Ultra Admin session.

Here are some answers to questions you may have:

Why are Ultra Admin sessions no longer available?

We’ve replaced the Ultra Admin session with the ‘Advanced session with elevated privileges’. This is to maximize your data access without having to switch session types – makes things easier for you!

Why is an Advanced session with elevated privileges better than an Ultra Admin session?

Although using an Ultra Admin session let you access all mailbox & site data, the app-only permissions of the application had limited functionality in some areas. This required users to switch to an Admin session to use its delegated permissions. Since we’ve now combined the two, you get the best both worlds!

How can I use my existing Ultra Admin session?

Launch an Advanced session (formerly known as an Admin session), and click the ‘Elevate Privileges’ button. You’ll be prompted to choose from a list of your existing Ultra Admin sessions.

What happened to my Ultra Admin sessions? Why can't I see them in the recent session list?

The recent session list only shows current session types, which do not include Ultra Admin sessions. However, you can still access your old Ultra Admin sessions by clicking ‘Manage Sessions’.

What happened to the applications used in my Ultra Admin sessions?

Nothing. They’re still part of your Azure AD registered applications. In fact, go ahead and pick one when you elevate your privileges.

What happens if I agree to remove the Ultra Admin session whose privileges I merge with my Advanced session?

The Ultra Admin session is removed from you session list. The application is uses remains on your Azure AD, where you can manage it.

I've removed an Ultra Admin session by mistake. How can I use its app to elevate privileges of my Advanced session?

Since you’ve opted to remove it, the Ultra Admin session is no longer in your session list, but the application it uses is still part of the Azure AD registered apps. When you click on ‘Elevate Privileges’, choose to proceed manually, and enter the name and ID of the application as shown in Azure AD. If you don’t have the password, you’ll have to generate a new one. Copy it and keep it somewhere safe if you need to since this is the only time you’ll be able to see it.

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Microsoft Teams & NEW private channels

Microsoft Teams & NEW private channels

00:32:48 MIN

Improve governance with sapio365

In this 30-minute webinar, we’ll demonstrate a unique way to manage important Team data including:

  • Teams settings, owners, files
  • Private channel sites, members & documents
  • Private chat conversations
  • Documents shared in private chats

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Improve governance with sapio365

Group sprawl was a major issue for admins even before Microsoft made Teams’ private channels a reality. With the addition of private channels, admins need, now more than ever, a tool with a global reach of all Teams and their ever-expanding content. We’ll show you how sapio365 gives you that 360-degree visibility and more.

In this 30-minute webinar, we’ll demonstrate a unique way to manage important Team data including:

  • Teams settings, owners, files
  • Private channel sites, members & documents
  • Private chat conversations
  • Documents shared in private chats

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sapio365 v1.5

sapio365 v1.5 is here!

Update sapio365 today or download it below to experience a faster loading of users and groups, access Office 365 usage reports, collaborate with other admins in your tenant, delegate tasks on external tenants and lots more!

Top 4 new features

Discover who signed in with the Sign-ins report

This new module shows the login attempts in your tenant within the last 30 days – who tried to sign-in, when, from where, and if they were successful. You’ll even know if Multi Factor Authentication was used.

Search Audit logs for admin & use actions

Access audit log information not available in the Office 365 Security & Compliance Center. See every user’s activity in one place using combinations of sorting, filter and grouping to organize your data.

Add more properties in Usage reports

Make your Office 365 usage reports richer by adding new column properties like department or country. Select from 39 user properties for user-based reports or from 8 group properties for group-related reports.

Transfer user or group properties to new submodules

Enrich submodule-type reports like group memberships or user licenses by adding more information to them. Select from 117 user properties or from group properties to transfer to new subsequent modules. Use the ‘Configure transferred columns’ button to manage your column preferences.

General additions and enhancements

Along with some minor fixes and improvements that smooth out the user experience, the following general changes are noteworthy because they have an important impact on how you use sapio365.

Added new 'global' Jobs in main window

Some jobs (like reports) can be run without making an initial grid selection so we’ve added them to the main page for quicker access.

Quick search in grid - new improved dialog

When you need to do a quick “Starts with” search, you simply press any key and start typing. We’ve added more explanations in the resulting dialog to clear things up.

Command line access to launch Jobs and automation processes

The ability to launch sapio365 and to run a main window job from a command prompt means that you can now do scheduled reporting using the Windows Task Manager. Use “application file” -j “job key”. Example: "C:\Program Files\Ytria\sapio365\sapio365" -j "Users/020-LicensesAssignedToDisabledAccounts.xml"

Load messages and events faster with date ranges and content options

It can get a little daunting when you’re waiting for messages to load for several mailboxes at once. You can now speed things up by setting a timeframe for past messages and by selecting to include only the content you need. If you need to get more messages, just click the ‘Get more messages’ button. You’ll find the same options for loading calendar events.

New column properties 'Icon' and 'Extension' added to attachment info in Messages & Events

With these two new columns, you can now filter or categorize message and event attachments by their extension or their representative icon.

Improved UI for cell explosions

It’s now simpler to manipulate and understand the consequences of exploding multi-value cells. Hovering on exploded cells now shows their related values.

Jobs can now be modified and added

Need to tweak an existing job? Simply download the XML file, open it up with a text processor like Notepad+ and make the script changes you need. Make sure to give it a unique name and upload it to your library. We’re working on the documentation to help you with script writing

Clarification of grouping counts in Grid

System-hidden rows are now omitted from grouped row counts to give you a clearer picture of the visible data. For example, group user licenses by user, and you’ll see that hidden service plans are no longer included in the categorization count.

Improvement of Column Map & reorganization of grid configuration options

The ‘Manage Grid Configuration’ button is now more accessible in the Manage tab. We’ve also cleaned up around it by moving the ‘Show Default Columns’ & ‘Show All Columns’ buttons as sub-options of the ‘Columns Map’ button.

Fixed UTC Time conversion issue

We fixed an issue on UTC Time conversions when getting UTC values from Graph API.

Improved display of UI on high resolution screens

We fixed several HDPI issues that prevented the proper display of data (tiny icons, etc.).

Users

New Jobs Added

Find users who haven’t signed in since…

Launch this automation from the Sign-ins module or from the main window to find users who have signed-in during a specified date range, and then remove them from the full list of tenant users. You’re then left with users who have not signed in since that inputted date.

Add selected as owners to all groups...

Make sure no group is left without owners; select users and run this job to add them as owners to a combination of all Office 365 groups, all distribution groups, all email-enabled security groups and all security groups.

What’s new in user management

UI improvement of Password Reset

We’ve moved the password column closer so you can see the new value of the password before saving your changes.

Faster loading of User License information

Loading licenses and service plans for selected users just became faster thanks to cached user license information.

OneNote files can now be managed in Users’ OneDrive module

OneNote files in OneDrive are now manageable like other documents. They can be downloaded, deleted or renamed.

Groups

New Jobs Added

Groups with no calendar events

Get a list of Office 365 groups with nothing scheduled in their calendar – one of several indications of group inactivity.

Groups with empty document library

Select this job to find Office 365 groups without any files in their SharePoint document library.

File queries for groups and sites

This job was only available in the file submodule of Groups and Sites. Now you can launch a query from the main Groups or Sites modules.

What’s new in group management

‘Archived Team’ state and ‘Team - Internal Id’ properties added - NEW

Two new column properties have been added to Groups: ‘Archived Team’ indicates if a team is archived and ‘Team - Internal Id’ is a unique identifier often handy when working with PowerShell or the Graph API.

Fixed 'Add Guests' property column

The “Add Guests” column gives you the overall state of each group when it comes to allowing owners to add guests. If you’ve enabled this setting for some Office 365 groups but not for others in an environment where adding guests is generally allowed, this column value is the calculated result of combining the tenant-level and group-level settings.

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sapio365 v1.4

sapio365 v1.4 is here!

This latest version of sapio365 is jam-packed with new features!

Update sapio365 today or download it below to experience a faster loading of users and groups, access Office 365 usage reports, collaborate with other admins in your tenant, delegate tasks on external tenants and lots more!

Top new features

Office 365 Usage Reports for users and teams

Get usage reports faster with sapio365! Since sapio365 is designed to handle large volumes of data, you get an overview of your entire usage report in the grid from the get go; you can analyze your data using a rich tool set before you export.

Faster loading of users and groups

We've implemented caching for much faster loading when dealing with massive numbers of users and groups. And sapio365 will even let you know when you're looking at freshly cached data versus 'stale' data.

Persistent comments on users and groups

You can now add notes on users and groups right in the grid. Use them as you would a ‘post-it’, like reminders for yourself, or as shared comments with your team. These comments are sticky and are part of an available history, so you’ll be able to keep track of who wrote what and when.

General additions and enhancements

Along with some minor fixes and improvements that smooth out the user experience, the following general changes are noteworthy because they have an important impact on how you use sapio365.

Integration of Azure Cosmos DB
If Office 365 is all about collaborative team work, sapio365 with Cosmos DB is about collaborative admin work. If you have a Microsoft Azure subscription, you can now create a Cosmos DB account there with just one click from within sapio365.


This means that you'll be able to securely share important information with the rest of your team wherever they may be; work with a central repository of stored information like a history of changes made by sapio365 users, public comments on users or groups, and sapio365 RBAC configuration and custom roles.

Improved RBAC: Set for external tenants and auto-create credentials button
Used from one machine or shared via Cosmos DB, sapio365 role-based access control now lets you create and delegate roles to administer external tenants. You’ll get things set up even quicker with an auto-create button for creating credentials.


We’ve also separated duties when it comes to RBAC in sapio365: delegated users can view only their available roles, while global admins can manage all roles from the RBAC configurations panel.

New one-click creation of Ultra Admin session

Accessing some user information may require application-based permissions. You can now create an Ultra Admin application from within sapio365 by clicking a button. You can manage the created application in your Azure Active Directory if needed.

New ‘Column Map’ button available in all grids

Manage your grid data view more easily using a simplified map of available columns. You can add or remove columns to the view using the Column Map button at the top left of the ribbon. With so many property columns being added for a richer data, you’ve now got a simpler way of managing what you want to see.

Added file count and folder count columns for users, groups and sites

Need to sort users or groups by the number of files they have in their OneDrive Online or SharePoint Online document library? You’ll be able to answer this and other count-related questions because we've added columns for file and folder counts at each folder level in the drive items grid for users, groups and sites—just like in the properties box you see in Windows Explorer.

Free access to personal data for all users

Your users can now enjoy the full functionality of sapio365 for their own data—no sapio365 license required! In the ‘My Data’ section, the signed-in user can access personal data to search, analyze, manage and export messages and inbox rules, OneDrive files, calendar events and contacts.

Multiple active Ultra Admin sessions now possible on the same tenant

Previously only the last signed-in Ultra Admin session for a tenant was shown in the list of sessions. You can now switch between several Ultra Amin sessions for the same tenant.

Users

New Jobs Added

Users with shared OneDrive files…

Search all your users’ OneDrive files and find files that were shared anonymously, with external users, or with more than a set number of people.

Deactivate selected users

Choose from four different ways to deactivate multiple users in one shot. You can remove their licenses, block them from signing in, reset their password or simply delete them.

Add selected as owners to all groups…

This job lets you select users and add them as owners to all groups in your tenant or only to groups of a specific group type.

What’s new in user management

Added new columns: manager, OneDrive info, 15 Attributes

You’ll notice that there are many new property columns in the Users grid. You’ll be able to see which manager each user reports to, and a bunch of OneDrive information like the user’s quota and actual consumption. We’ve also added 15 columns for on-premises attributes that you can use as custom properties even if you are cloud-only—simply edit them in sapio365.

Update users' reporting managers NEW

If you're thinking of deleting users in your tenant, you'd better check that they have a manager assigned. Rather than look up that information one user at a time, simply load more info in the Users module. You'll see right away if any users are missing manager information. Then quickly remedy the situation with one click of the 'Set Manager' button.

Access private Team chats from message view NEW

See users’ private chats in Teams in the mail messages grid. By default these are stored in a hidden folder on Exchange Online.

Groups. Sites. Licenses.

New Jobs Added

Groups/Teams with shared files

From the Groups module, find group files shared with external users, files shared anonymously, and files shared more than a certain number of times.

Find empty groups…

We’ve merged jobs for finding ownerless and memberless groups into one—choose the first option, the second, or combine both to find empty groups.

Users for selected licenses

Need a list of users with specific licenses assigned to them? Run this job in the Tenant Licenses module for a quick result so you can focus on managing users’ licenses.

SharePoint sites with shared files…

From the Sites module, search all SharePoint libraries to find files shared with external users, files shared anonymously, and files shared more than a certain number of times.

What’s new in group management

'Convert to Team' button: connect Teams to existing Office 365 groups NEW

Why limit yourself to creating a team for one Office 365 group at a time in the Teams application? With sapio365, it's as simple as selecting your Office 365 groups and clicking the 'Convert to Team' button.

Added new columns: Drive information

Just like in the Users grid, we’ve added property columns displaying various drive information for groups. Sort and filter relevant columns to see which groups have reached their consumption quota, or categorize them by their quota state to get a general idea of storage consumption.

Added new column: ‘Add Guests’

You can now see if a group can accept guests. If the “Add Guests” property is displayed as “True” for a group, then that group accepts guests. This effective state value is calculated based on the values of the tenant-level setting and of the group’s group-level setting

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How to manage your purchased Office 365 licenses

How to manage your purchased Office 365 licenses

00:29:44 MIN

Topics include

  • Mass onboarding and offboarding users
  • Eliminating duplicate service plans
  • Group-based licensing
  • Identifying unused/wasted licenses
  • Cost optimization of project-based licenses
  • Delegating license management and reporting
  • Assigning license quotas by country, department, etc.

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Effective management of user licenses in Office 365 has an important impact on the user experience and more directly, on the total cost of ownership of Office 365. Customers enjoy the many benefits of a platform that is constantly evolving. The integration of new features usually means changes to licensing offers. So customers need to maximize the value of their subscriptions by revising what they have against what’s new.

In this 30-minute webinar we’ll cover common scenarios that our customers faced because of changes within their organization and the changing Office 365 service landscape, and how these issues were resolved using sapio365. You’ll come away with new ways to solve hidden and potential issues.

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sapio365 version history

sapio365 version history

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sapio365  1.7.7

October 20 2020

What’s new in the latest version?

General fixes and improvements

  • Fixed Windows Scheduler issue; some scheduled jobs did not add the sapio365.exe location path in Windows Task Scheduler.
  • Fixed issue of “Show Empty” hierarchy toggle set to Off when services plans are set not to be displayed in the User Licenses module; switching off “Show Empty” resulted in hiding all entries in the grid.
  • Improved the organization of property columns in User and in Groups modules.
  • Fixed issue of loading inline/embedded images in message preview in the Messages module.
  • Fixed issue of using PowerShell features with the wrong session when ‘Single Sign-on’ is set on the computer. You are now asked to sign-in regardless of this setting.
  • Improved the  Proxy Settings dialog.
  • Fixed sizing issue in the ‘About’ panel.
  • Fixed error display in Audit Logs and Sign-ins modules; grid results showed “no data” previously and now show error “HTTP 403: Authentication_RequestFromUnsupportedUserRole: User is not in the allowed roles “.
  • Fixed issue of missing error status bar (red) at the top of the grid in Users Licenses module when error occurs during license edition.
  • Added Microsoft .NET Framework 4.8 Runtime support for PowerShell on Windows 7.

Global Jobs

  • NEW – ‘Mail attachments by name or type for selected users’.
  • NEW – ‘Find last date groups were emailed’.
  • NEW – ‘Query files by name or type for selected groups’.
  • NEW – ‘Export content of all selected groups’.
  • NEW – ‘Get memberships of a selected group’.
  • NEW – ‘Query files by name or type for selected sites’.
  • NEW – ‘Users for selected licenses’.


sapio365  1.7.6

October 7 2020

What’s new in the latest version?

General

  • NEW – Added a Partner access feature  to access customer environments using partner credentials.
  • NEW – Make any grid selection or filter entries using values chosen directly from a CSV or Excel file. You can select the ‘AND’ mode to combine property values, or use the default ‘OR’ mode.
  • NEW – Added ‘View multi-value’ function in the right-click menu to show multi-value entries for the selected column in a separate pop-up window.
  • Improved loading times of calendar events, messages and mail folders with pre-filter options.
  • Fixed – Size issue for HTML dialog boxes for Hi-Resolution Display (HiDPI).
  • Fixed – grid behavior upon new annotations; when adding a first annotation/comment the grid would empty and then rebuild itself.
  • Improved launch process of sapio365.
  • Fixed issue for ‘License Configuration Settings’; the proper dialog is now shown when required to update user count limits.

Job Center

  • NEW – Updating Jobs and existing presets can now be done using drag & drop . Drag the Job file (.xml files) directly onto the automation job center panel.
  • Fixed – Greatly increased ability to send large email attachments (reports) for scheduled jobs.
  • Improved automation job ‘Reset’ option by adding a dialog with choices on how to reset the grid view.
  • Improved – Job Center Configuration panel now displays the ‘Remove from grid’ icon by default.

Users

  • NEW – Added a column titled ‘Member – Group licensing’ in the Users module to indicate if a user belongs to a group used for assigning licenses.
  • NEW – Added mailbox settings columns in the Users module: Mailbox type, Keep copy of forwarded message (SMTP), SMTP forwarding address, Forwarding addresses, ‘Send on behalf of’ delegates, ‘Send as’ delegates.
  • NEW – Added a submodule “Mailbox Permissions” to show mailbox delegates for selected accounts in the Users module. It’s accessible from the User Management area in the ribbon.
  • Improved – launch of OneDrive files, Messages, Mail folders, Events, Contacts, Mail rules from Users module by disabling requests and buttons in the ribbon for guest type user selections.

Groups & Teams

  • Improved – icons identifying archived and non-archived Teams in the Groups module.
  • Fixed issue of the Team icon disappearing after saving when converting a group to a Team.


sapio365  1.7.5

June 4 2020

What’s new in the latest version?

NEW – General

  • Fixed license count issue.
  • Fixed display of jobs in Job Center Configuration when launching sapio365 while signed out of a session.
  • Improved ‘splash’ screen when loading sapio365 (always on top).
  • Fixed RBAC role session selection/sign-in issue (concurrent access).
  • Fixed tenant/user limits of sapio365 license management (signature data).
  • Fixed loading of cache in Users and Groups modules.
  • Improved trace system.

NEW – Jobs

  • Improved job ‘Clean up Teams with guest members’ with informative splash screen allowing interruption of the automation process.

Users

  • Fixed grid status display issue when applying non-changes in the Users module/ Reset Password dialog box.

Groups

  • Fixed edition dialogs in Groups by disabling editing of properties that are not available in the grid for the selected groups.
  • Fixed error displayed when launching Group Members module from selected groups that were previously loaded with ‘Load Info’.

Files

  • Improved file and folder importing speed.
  • Improved speed of grid entry creation during file and folder importing in Files modules (reduce sapio365 freezing occurrence).
  • Improved loading of large volumes of drive items in Files modules (reduces occurrences of sapio365 freezing).
  • Fixed automatic row expansion in Files modules when creating new entries during file upload.

Messages

    • Fixed deletion of messages in My Messages module.

Events

  • New – Added ability to delete calendar entries in Events modules.

Usage Reports

  • Improved Usage Reports’ dialog with a note on requiring Users/Groups cache to include additional properties in the report.


sapio365  1.7.4

May 26 2020

What’s new in the latest version?

NEW – General

  • New – Opened free access (no license needed) to My Data section.
  • New – Added Licenses and Group Memberships in My Data section.
  • New – Added notification in Standard session to inform Global/Company Admin user of qualification to use an Advanced session.
  • New – Added License History in the backstage to manage multiple sapio365 licenses.
  • Improved sapio365 launching experience by offering the option to continue using the existing session or starting a new one when an instance is already running.
  • Improved loading options by changing to friendlier terms in Sign-ins, Audit logs, Messages, Mail folders, and Events modules.

NEW – Jobs

  • New – added ‘Disable Giphy in Teams’.
  • New – added ‘Clean up Teams with guest members’.
  • New – added ‘List recently created Teams by department’
  • Improved ‘List users with & without recent sign-in activity’.
  • Improved ‘Licenses of sign-in blocked users’.

Users

  • New – Added ‘Company Name’ field in edition dialog in Users.
  • New – Added new column properties, including group licensing information, in Users module.
  • Improved ‘Import Users’ dialog in Users by adding a Reset button.

Groups & Teams

  • Improved ‘Import Groups’ dialog in Groups by adding a Reset button.
  • New – Added new group licensing column properties in Groups module.
  • Improved flat data analysis in Team Channels module by adding a separate column ‘Group Display Name’.
  • New – Added new group licensing column properties in Group membership module.
  • Fixed issues related to error display when adding organization contacts, guests as members in Office 365 groups in Group Members module.

Reports

  • Updated ‘Additional Info’ options in Usage Reports with more user & group properties.

User Licences

    • New – Added new group licensing column properties in User Licenses module.
    • Improved organization of column properties related to licenses by changing their category in User Licenses module.


User and Group Recycle Bins

  • New – Added the ability to create Comments in User and Group Recycle Bin modules.


sapio365  1.7.3

Apr 27 2020

Correction

Fixed – Unable to do a first time registration
Fixed – When creating a Job preset, options may not be shown correctly


sapio365  1.7.2

Apr 21 2020

What’s new in the latest version?

NEW – General

  • New – Added “Last activity date” and “Last activity service” summary columns in the Office365 Active Users usage report grid.
  • New – Added new button ‘Files’ in channels to access private channel files information.
  • New – Added new column to show effective membership type in Private Channel Members.
  • New – Added an ‘Is Yammer’ column in the Groups Module to identify Yammer groups connected to Office 365 groups (requires ‘Load Info’ to enable).
  • New – Added management buttons in user and group Usage Reports to access user and group details when applicable.
  • Improved – Simplified the Job Center Configuration panel view, and added a toggle button to change to advanced view.
  • Improved – Added a featured jobs space in the sapio365 home screen.

NEW – Jobs

  • New – Find users unable to use Teams
  • New – List users with sign-in errors
  • New – Find users’ last activity by location

Users

  • Fixed – ‘Sync Enabled – On Premises’ column value format now displays the proper date/time in the Users module.

Groups & Teams

  • New – Added columns and edit options for “Hide from Outlook clients” & “Hide from address lists” in the Groups module (requires ‘Load Info’ to enable).


sapio365  1.7.1

Mar 25 2020

What’s new in the latest version?
  • New – Added ‘Import Users’ button in the Users module for creating users in bulk.
  • New – Added ‘Import Groups’ button in the Groups module for creating Office 365 groups and security groups in bulk.
  • Improved – Added more properties in the Users edit dialog: ‘On-premises Immutable ID’ and ‘On-premises Attributes’.
  • Improved – Updated the edit dialog with distinct icons and clearer tooltips for properties that require loading before editing.
  • User License Module: enhanced for more intuitive understanding, with ‘smart’ filter that adapts depending on the level of the info shown.


sapio365  1.7.0

Feb 24 2020

What’s new in the latest version?

NEW – General
Learn more about version 1.7 >

  • Major change of session types: the old Basic session is now called a Standard session, the old Admin session is now called an Advanced session. Creation of an Ultra Admin session is no longer available, but the extended access it provides is available with the option to ‘elevate’ the privileges of an Advanced session (can use existing Ultra Admin apps).
  • Added new options (Flags) in sapio365 RBAC configuration of roles : ‘Log role usage in User Activity Logs, ‘Log access of modules with this role in User Activity Logs’, and ‘Enforce user-assigned roles on Standard session sign-ins’.
  • Added option to toggle the default display of the dialog for the ‘Grid Configure Transferred’ option.
  • Added options for ‘Show/Hide columns’ and ‘Show column with ID’ in right-click menu to execute without closing the dialog in the Grid Column Map.

NEW – Jobs

  • Main – Report users by disabled service plan
  • Main: View private channel sites

Global – Improvements and fixes

  • Fixed – Issue with scope-limiting properties ‘Sign-in=status’ and Assigned licenses’ in sapio365 RBAC
  • Updated – Added new RBAC permissions & scope-limiting properties.
  • Fixed – License allocation info now corresponds to the tenant of the credentials used in sapio365 RBAC.
  • Improved – Loading and updating data is faster and more options have been added to manage the connection to Azure Cosmos DB.
  • Improved – Regex queries (search, filters, etc.) now have a ‘NOT’ function.
  • Improved – Tooltip display time is longer during mouse hover.
  • Improved – Data loading errors are now shown in the grid header instead of a pop-up message box.
  • Fixed – Crash on exiting sapio365 in large tenant environments (100k users).
  • Improved – Pivot tables now offer formatting of all axes, a hierarchy view, JavaScript function to transform values, and the capability to navigate and drill down charts.
  • Improved – sapio365 performance for running multiple instances at the same time.
  • Improved – Comment management features now include editing, deletion of entries, refreshing the grid display, and hiding out-of-scope comments.
  • Improved – Session options are now easier to understand in the scheduled Job Preset dialog.

Users

  • New – Added a ‘Download as EML’ button in ribbon of the Messages module to download a message in EML format.
  • New – Added a ‘Delete’ button in the ribbon of the Mail Rules module.
  • New – Added a ‘Revoke Access’ button in the Users module to revoke access tokens for Office 365 applications.
  • New – Dialog for resetting passwords in Users module allowing the Password Reset or Force change. password on next sign-in (with one-time MFA option).
  • Fixed – Usage Location value representation for certain locations were incorrect.
  • Fixed – Issues with deleting on attachments in an exploded list in the Message module.
  • Improved – Canceling a ‘Refresh All’ now offers an option to update the grid with partial results in Users module.
  • Improved – Edition dialog in Users now shows if information must be loaded before it can be edited thanks to an icon and text upon hover.
  • Improved – The creation feature in Users module can now use selected users’ info as template to prefill the creation dialog.

Groups & Teams

  • New – Added two buttons in the ribbon in the Team Channels module: Show Sites, Show private channel members & owners.
  • New – Added Private Channel Members module with members/owners management features.New – Added ‘Load Info’, ‘Show Members’ and ‘Sites’ buttons in Teams’ Channels module to manage storage info, access to Files, and SharePoint sites.
  • New – Added button ‘Request access (private channel chats)’ to help obtain Microsoft authorization for protected APIs.
  • New – Added an option to hide/show nested group members (hidden by default).
  • New – Added new column ‘Extension’ in Attachments category in Group Conversation Posts module.
  • Improved – Group members module now also displays group owners and the means to manage them all.
  • Improved – Canceling a ‘Refresh All’ now offers an option to update the grid with partial results in Groups module.
  • Improved – Edition dialog in Groups now shows if information must be loaded before it can be edited thanks to an icon and text upon hover.
  • Improved – The creation feature in Groups module can now use selected groups’ info as template to prefill the creation dialog.

Files

  • New – Added columns for file check out status and applied retention labels in OneDrive Files, Group Files and Site Files modules.
  • Improved – ‘Created On’ and ‘Created by’ columns in OneDrive Files module now shown by default.
  • Improved – Flat view in OneDrive Files, Group Files and Site Files modules now hides folders by default to only display documents.
  • Fixed – Crash during file upload in OneDrive Files, Group Files and Site Files modules.

Reports

  • New – Added options for Usage Reports combining same report type data together into one report.


sapio365  1.6.2

Nov 28 2019

What’s new in the latest version?

Global – Improvements and fixes

  • Added new shortcut keys to limit expansion/collapse of categories and hierarchies in grid.
  • Cleaned up process log by removing debug entries.
  • Reorganized ‘Backstage’ menu into sections.
  • Added new sapio365 update notification in the main module (yellow).
  • Improved ‘Duplicates’ feature to work within categories when present.
  • Fixed display of duplicated users in edition dialog box.
  • Added new display of progress bar for initial CosmosDB sync and for Jobs update.
  • Improved throttling (pause) on high volume requests.
  • Fixed crash due to interruption of job and of loading drive items in users and groups
  • Fixed creation of Ultra Admin session (change of Microsoft API).
  • Fixed multiple issues related to high DPI.
  • Added Uninstall options to keep personal data for a re-install.

Users

  • Fixed ‘Undo’ (changes) for ‘Set/Remove Manager’ in Users.

Groups

  • Added Teams Settings in the group editing dialog.
  • Fixed ‘Convert to Team’ feature.
  • Fixed Group Posts and Channel Message: content preview is now shown.

Files

  • Added shortcut F2 to for the ‘Rename’ feature in Files.

Sites

  • Added Document Library information grid columns (quota, size, etc) in Sites.


sapio365  1.6.1

Oct 22 2019

Correction
  • New features now available in production release – Files module: ‘Create Folder’, ‘Import Folder’ and ‘Add Folder’


sapio365  1.6.0

Oct 17 2019

What’s new in the latest version?

Learn more about version 1.6 >

NEW – General

  • Schedule a job in Windows Scheduler directly from the sapio365 UI. (Applies to system-level jobs)
  • ‘sapio365 administration roles’ can now be assigned to non-global admins to govern access to RBAC, Comments and User Activity logs
  • Added counter in ‘loading’ dialogs to inform the user of what’s being processed and how quickly

Jobs

  • New – Main, Users: Trace email…
  • New – Main: Find all 0 byte files in SharePoint libraries
  • New – Main: Update Users & Groups cache
  • New – Main, Groups: Find Teams where members can add, edit or delete channels
  • New – Groups: Find last date groups were emailed…
  • New – Users: List owned teams for selected users

Global – Improvements and fixes

  • Fixed – date picker behaviour in dialogs
  • Fixed – display issue of search results in dialog (was hidden)
  • Fixed – log pagination for all modules
  • Improved – added ability to include parameters in the command line for the launching of sapio365
  • Improved – cache and loading performance in Users and Groups
  • Improved – integrated Javascript in Comments and automation CalcVar

Users

  • Fixed – ‘Undo’ feature for entries that were flagged “added/updated/removed manager”

Groups

  • New – Added icon for ‘is archived’ column for Teams in the Groups module

Files

  • New – Added a ‘Create new Folder’ button
  • New – Added buttons in Files: Upload files and folders
  • Fixed – Information was missing from root-level rows

Reports

  • Fixed – issues when exploding nested multi-value cells in Audit Logs
  • Improved – Sign ins module with loading options to restrict the retrieval of entries for a specific time range
  • Improved – Audit logs module with loading options to restrict the retrieval of entries for a specific time range
  • Adapted Usage Report module to handle future Microsoft changes (column property removal/addition)
  • Modified position of transported columns in Usage Reports module


sapio365  1.5.0

Aug 22 2019

What’s new in the latest version?

Learn more about version 1.5 >

NEW – General

  • NEW – Option on first launch to use cache when loading Users or Groups
  • NEW – Sign-ins report module
  • NEW – Audit logs report module
  • NEW – Additional properties can now be added in Usage reports
  • NEW – Additional properties can be selected and carried forward from any Users or Groups windows to any resulting windows
  • NEW – Messages & Events – Pre-filter options for time frame and result details (for faster results)
  • NEW – Messages & Events – New button: Get more messages/events. Loads the next batch of entries going back in time.
  • NEW – Messages & Events – New column properties ‘Icon’ and ‘Extension’ added
  • NEW – Added new ‘global’ Jobs (in main window)
  • NEW – Jobs can now be added and edited by users
  • NEW – Command line access to launch Jobs and automation processes

Jobs

  • NEW – Sign-ins – Find users who haven’t signed in since…
  • NEW – Users – Add selected as owners to all groups…
  • NEW – Groups with no calendar events
  • NEW – Groups with empty document library
  • NEW – File queries for groups and sites

Global – Improvements and fixes

  • Cell Explosions – improved the UI making it simpler to manipulate and understand the consequences
  • Hovering on exploded cells now shows their related values
  • Quick search in grid – new improved dialog
  • Grid – counter on groups and hierarchy is now cleaner and easier to understand

Groups

  • Groups – New properties added
  • Groups – Fixed ‘Add Guests’ property column
  • Groups – fix on owner management

Users

  • Users – Password Reset – UI improvement (columns and all)
  • Users – Getting license details is now faster (uses cache rather than reloading all)
  • Users – OneNote files can now be “managed” same as other OneDrive files (i.e. download, remove, rename…)

Grid configuration options reorganized

  • Colmn Map dialog improvements
  • Moved default menu and all sub-menus
  • Made the Manage Grid Config button more accessible


sapio365  1.4.0

Jun 11 2019

What’s new in the latest version?

Learn more about version 1.4 >

NEW – General

  • Caching of data for Users module and Groups module
  • Comments – Add personal comments in any grid – Can be shared and edited
  • Column Map available in all modules – Quickly find and add any column to any grid
  • Usage Reports available for Users and Groups
  • Drive quotas now available in Users module
  • Additional properties added to Users module
  • Drive quotas now available in Groups module
  • See and edit Managers in Users module
  • Global counters in Files module: number of files & folders; folder size; total size
  • New button: Create Teams from Groups
  • Teams icon now displayed in all group-related modules
  • New session: info about consent and its meaning
  • Multiple Ultra Admin sessions now possible on 1 tenant

Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

  • New – Can now set credentials with a foreign tenant
  • New – Easy Create button for creating RBAC credentials
  • Improved – multiple improvements; more stable

Jobs

  • New – See users for selected licenses in Tenant Licenses module
  • New – Find shared files in Users
  • New – Find shared files in Groups
  • New – Find shared files in Sharepoint Sites
  • New – Deactivate selected users
  • Improved: find groups with no member, no owner
  • Various small improvements

Global – Improvements and fixes

  • New: easy Create button setup process for CosmosDB
  • New: easy Create button for Ultra Admin applications
  • Fixed potential issue with firewalls and proxies when logging in
  • Improved: on new session more info provided for login errors
  • Improved preferences panel
  • Fixed: formatting in grid for large numbers and bytes
  • Fixed: files’ permissions editing of type (read/edit)
  • Small fix: grid filters now show warning if no filterable rows available
  • Fixed: date format in grid and for export
  • Improved: drag & drop in grouping zone optimized
  • Simplified ribbon for User management & Group management sections
  • Simplified ‘Compare’ dialog
  • Global stability improvements
  • Various small fixes
  • Various UI improvements (incl. enhanced home page)
  • Various term corrections

Groups

  • New column: ‘Guest Allowed’ (true/false)
  • Improved: owners are now shown directly in the main Groups module
  • Refresh in Groups module no longer shows empty lines after a Load Info

Messages

  • Can now access users’ private chats from Teams in Messages module (listed as entries without any Parent Folder set)

Users

  • Small fix: canceling loading of users disabled all buttons in frame
  • Password column now displayed when creating a new user
  • User signed-in status shown as icon (replaced checkbox) for better readability

sapio365 Licensing

  • NEW – Only licensed users are counted toward Ytria licensing count
  • NEW – Now free access to personal data for all users


sapio365  1.3.0

Mar 19 2019

What’s new in the latest version?

New

  • Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

Improved

  • Users – New properties
  • Group Members/User Memberships – faster retrieval
  • User/Group Selection dialog – now uses caching instead of ‘load all’ by default
  • Groups – Owners are now shown directly in the main Group ModuleGroup Recycle Bin – added new properties
  • OneDrive for Groups – removed incorrect Private status
  • Attachment related information – properties renamed
  • Horizontal scrolling in the grid is much faster
  • Improved display of icons on HDPI
  • No more main-frame size limitation

Fixed

  • Users – some information was not shown after making an edit
  • OneDrive – was missing data for some users
  • Group Members – corrected potential infinite loop handling of some complex group nesting
  • Groups – was missing information after creation
  • Group Delivery Management – ‘Delete Restrictions’ was not working
  • Group Recycle Bin – ‘Deleted time’ was not displayed
  • Sites – ‘Created on’ and ‘Modified’ columns were always empty
  • Grid – in Hierarchy mode – hiding a parent was not hiding its children
  • Grid – the date format was inconsistent when using copy/paste
  • Ytria License – improper tenant name was used for license validation

Jobs

  • New – Users: Show external email forwarding rules for all users
  • New – Groups : Get memberships of a selected group
  • New – Groups: Find empty groups
  • New – Groups: Find memberless groups
  • Fixed – Groups: Show groups with guest owners
  • Fixed – Users : Export content of all selected users
  • Fixed – Groups: All documents/folders shared with guests


sapio365  1.2.0

Jan 21 2019

What’s new in the latest version?

New

  • Added mail header information in the Messages grid.
  • New ribbon function: Rename OneDrive files and folders.
  • Added access to new information (OneDrive, mail, etc…) for User and Group Recycle Bins.
  • Added new ‘Last queried on’ column to show when the data was last requested.
  • Added User Activity Logs to keep track of user-initiated editions.
  • Added new column in Groups: Membership count.
  • Added new column in Groups: Owner User Names.

Optimized

  • Added new ‘Assigned Licenses’ column in the Users grid.
  • Changed the value type and terms for the ‘Sign-in status’ column in the Users grid.
  • Changed the scope on which the Refresh Selected and Save Selected take effect when the grid has been categorized.
  • When grouping, terms of categorized values are now displayed as ‘True/False’; changed from ‘Checked/Unchecked’.

Improved

  • Content search for Group Conversation Posts is now available via added ‘Preview’ column in the grid.
  • Optimized loading of OneDrive item permissions. ‘Owner’ permissions are now hidden by default.
  • Cleared up the organization of exploded multiple value cells with index columns on the extreme left.

New Jobs Added

  • Users: Users with duplicate plans
  • Users: List Teams of selected users
  • Users: Export content of all selected users
  • Users: View by status: guest, sign-in, unlicensed…
  • Groups: All documents and folders shared with guests
  • Groups: Add ‘non-member’ group owners as members for selected groups.

Fixed

  • Fixed large volume processing issue when fetching messages and events.
  • Additional miscellaneous fixes.


sapio365  1.1.0

Oct 18 2018

What’s new in the latest version?

New

  • License/service plan editing implemented in Licenses module.
  • Copy/move now possible for group memberships.
  • Mail rules now available (for current user, and in Ultra Admin sessions only).
  • Revamped UI/logic for group member handing in both Users and Groups module.

Improved

  • Edit/refresh in hierarchy grid now allowed for targeted data “scopes.”
  • Upgraded selection dialog mechanics for groups and users.
  • General grid UI improvements.


sapio365  1.0.1

Oct 03 2018

What’s new in the latest version?

Fixed

  • More fixes and continual improvement of how sapio365 works with proxy connections.
  • Issues with display/retrieval for certain properties in Groups module now fixed.
  • Error management when retrieving additional data in Users and Groups has been improved.

New

  • Multiple new jobs now available in the Job Center console.
  • Invert grid selection now possible.

New

    • Significant performance enhancements for loading speed and data manipulation.
    • Better handling of additional data retrieval for open grids.
    • Cell explosion for multivalue cells now with clearer UI.
    • General grid UI improvements.


sapio365  1.0.

Jul 28 2018

Official Base Gold Release


sapio365  0.5.0

Jul 01 2018

What’s new in the latest version?

Fixed

  • Proxy connection errors have been solved! Some users would receive an error when trying to provide admin consent with application IDs set to the previously recommended redirect addresses. The redirect address is fully user definable within sapio365.
  • Target folder when downloading files is now created. A fix for errors occurring when the target folder didn’t exist.
  • Records editing—fixed ‘Apply’ button being active even when no modifications had been made.

New

  • Create groups directly from sapio365.
  • Create user profiles.
  • Reset passwords on any number of users, with options to set custom or auto-generate passwords, and force change on next login.
  • Manage global group settings as well as group expiration policy settings.
  • View Microsoft Teams conversations and handle Teams-related information such as:
    – Member settings
    – Guest settings
    – Fun settings
    – Team URL
  • Concurrent live sessions. All sessions now stay active regardless of tenant, and without the need to sign in/out.
  • Restore, report, or fully delete soft-deleted users, groups, and sites.
  • Edit granular permission settings on OneDrive files.

Improved

  • Editing of groups and users fully stable.
  • Better multi-value cell handling and presentation.
  • Better handling of “cancel” operations when loading a large volume of information.
  • Various performance improvements and visual enhancements.
  • Continued ribbon UI consolidation.


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How do I create a Cosmos DB account?

How do I create a Cosmos DB account?

What is Cosmos DB?

Azure Cosmos DB is a globally distributed, database service, transparently replicating your data across any number of Azure regions.

Why we use Cosmos DB?

sapio365 uses Cosmos DB to securely store RBAC information and settings. This means all data remains secure within your Tenant ecosystem – Ytria has no access.

How do I create an Azure Cosmos DB account?

Before you start, you must have:

  1. An Azure account with
  2. an active subscription

In sapio365, go to About sapio365 > Set Cosmos DB Connection Info > Create New Cosmos DB Account. Once you’ve signed in using your credentials associated to the Azure subscription, select your subscription and resource group, and click ok. It may take a few minutes to create it.

Next, enter the subscription code that is located on your invoice below the cleverbridge reference number before clicking OK.

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Granular access controls: New from sapio365

New role-based access controls in sapio365 allow you to edit access permissions for files, group, servers, and admin control in Office 365 at a granular level. With these changes, sapio365 users can manage their cloud environment quicker and more effectively than ever.

Detailed role-based access controls

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Granular control

Edit permissions at multiple levels of detail, from your entire organization through teams, Groups, or individual user, including your own bespoke customized parameters.

Watertight costs

Control the number of licenses any one user can create or control, effectively capping unnecessary license creep.

Comprehensive records

sapio365 keeps a detailed log of all role-based changes that are made, so can easily identify the nature of changes, when they were made, and by whom.

Secure data

All data processed by sapio365 is stored within your Azure tenant. This means its governed by the same compliance and security policies as the rest of your data.

Take control over your environment

Role-based access controls in sapio365 complete the final piece of the Office 365 administration puzzle. It allows administrators to finely tailor the information each individual user has access within their organization. From here, they can balance the demands of maintaining security with the need to enable constant productivity.

This maximizes the value that users get from both their Office365 and sapio365 investments.

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How to securely delegate every admin task in Office 365 with granularity

How to securely delegate every admin task in Office 365 with granularity

00:29:55 MIN

Have you ever wanted to delegate Office365 admin privileges or restrictions to your coworkers but limit their management to users in a specific country or department? Maybe you’ve imagined being able to allocate license quotas to business units to control license consumption without over-spending on reserved license pools.

Well, this 30-minute webinar will show you how to achieve all this and more using practical scenarios.

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In this 30-minute webinar you’ll learn how to:

  • Securely delegate admin privileges without having to grant Global Admin rights.
  • Create wide or narrow scopes by restricting sets to specific users, groups, and SharePoint sites.
  • Customize roles for administrators, helpdesk, and others by combining permissions and scopes.
  • Eliminate departmental license over-spending with specific license management roles.
  • Tracking and eliminating ghost documents, even across replicas

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How do I create an Advanced session with elevated privileges?

How do I create an Advanced session with elevated privileges?

Before you begin

A sapio365 Advanced session with elevated privileges is different from either a Standard or Advanced session in that the registered application it uses does not require that a ‘user’ signs in. Also, while those other session types use an Azure Active Directory registration created by Ytria, to elevate privileges of an Advanced session you must use a registered application in your own tenant, based on select Microsoft Graph permission scopes.

The quickest way is to automatically create a sapio365 application in your tenant directly from sapio365 (follow the steps in option 1).

Control and liability

There is no “user” signed in during an Advanced session with elevated privileges, so there are real-life security implications that you should be aware of when setting up your application permissions.

You are registering the application yourself. So you can define the application permissions as you see fit. If you choose, you can register multiple applications, all with different permission profiles.

Any applications you register will be unusable until an administrator has consented to all assigned permission scopes for the application. The permission scopes shown in this document represent the maximum access potential. You can decide for yourself any limits you’d like to place on your Advanced session with elevated privileges. You can modify the permission scopes for the application even after admin consent has been given. Feel free to experiment.

Even after admin consent has been given for the application. sapio365 will require both the application ID and the password.

We highly recommend that you protect all application IDs and passwords so that only eligible users can use Advanced sessions with elevated privileges.

OPTION 1: Create application from sapio365

The quickest way to create an Advanced session with elevated privileges is to do it right from sapio365. The process creates a new registration with API permissions pre-selected (listed in Option 2, Step 13) for maximum access. You can always add or remove permissions for this application from the Azure portal.

Step 1  – In an active Advanced session, click on the ‘Elevate Privileges’ button at the top left.

Step 2 – Click on ‘Continue’ to create the application in your Azure AD (this may take a few minutes).

Step 3 – Click on ‘Proceed’ to continue. You’ll only see this dialog box after your first launch of an Advanced session in sapio365.

Step 4 – Sign in with your credentials.

Step 5 – Consent to the permissions used by the application.

You’re now ready to access all mailbox and site content!

OPTION 2 - Create application at the v2 Azure Active Directory Endpoint

To work with an Advanced session with elevated privileges, you’ll need a key pair for proper authentication: an app ID that will identify the application and the password provided (see Step 8) which will authenticate the application.

Step 1
Go to Azure portal and sign in with your credentials.

Step 2 – Create a new registration

Step 3 – Name your application.

Redirect URI (optional): If you choose not to give consent during the registration process (Step 7) and to give consent directly in sapio365, you will need to enter the following URI: http://localhost:33366. This is the default address used by sapio365 to complete the consent process. If you need to enter a different address, you may.

Step 4 – Register it.

Step 5 – Copy and save the Application ID to enter in sapio365.

Step 6 – Add permissions.

Step 7 – Click on “User.Read” permission.

Step 8 – Remove this permission.

Step 9 – Click on “Add permission”.

Step 10 – Click on Add permissions.

Step 11 – Click on “Microsoft Graph”.

Step 12 – Click on “Application permissions”.

Step 13 – Select permissions.

In each category, check the required permissions (see the recommended list below) and when finished, click on Add permissions.

You have full flexibility to add whichever permissions you choose. The following list of permission scopes is simply a suggestion. To learn more about these permission scopes, see the Active Directory v.2 Permission Scope Reference Guide.

For a complete experience, the following permission scopes should be assigned:

CalendarsCalendars.ReadWrite
ChannelMessages
Contacts.ReadWrite
Directory.ReadWrite.All
Files.ReadWrite.All
Group.ReadWrite.All
Mail.ReadWrite
MailboxSettings.ReadWrite
Member.ReadHidden
People.Read.All
Reports.Read.All
Sites.FullControl.All
User.ReadWrite.All

If you have opted to consent through the application, skip the next steps and go to step 17.

Step 14 – Click “Grant admin consent for ….”

Step 15 – Confirm the consent request.

Step 16 – You will see a confirmation.

Step 17 – Go to “Certificates & secrets”.

Step 18 – Click on “New client secret”.

Step 19 – Choose an expiration period.

Step 20 – Click “Add”.

Step 21 – Copy and save the new client secret to use in sapio365.

IMPORTANT: This is the only time you will see your password! sapio365 will not let you retrieve it. Take note of it now and keep it safe.

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Find out which type of session you should use

Which session type should I choose?

Are you a non-admin user or an admin? There are different session types for each.

What you’ll be able to do in sapio365 depends on a combination of your user rights and the session type you use.

If you are NOT an admin, start with a User session—it is usable right “out of the box.” For other sessions, admin consent is required. You can always request consent in the meantime.

User session

Users can access all their own data including:

  • Messages
  • Contacts
  • Drive items and their permissions
  • Group listings, group owners, and memberships
  • Calendar events for accessible mailboxes
  • Site and site list information

No admin consent needed

Admin session

Additional access (according to user rights):

  • All users' directory properties/info
  • Memberships of hidden groups
  • Group conversations and extended group information
  • All calendar events for public groups and private groups you have access to
  • All drive items you have access to through groups, sites, or user sharing

No admin consent needed

Ultra Admin session

Additional access (with full permissions assigned):

  • Complete account info for all users
  • All mail for all users, including attachments
  • All mailbox settings for all mailboxes
  • All drive items for all groups, users, and sites
  • All calendar information for all users and groups
  • All SharePoint site information, including lists and list items
  • All contacts for all users

Admin consent required

This requires an app registration on the Azure v2 Active Directory Endpoint.

All sapio365 app permissions are assigned by the creator of the app ID.

User session

(No admin consent needed)

What can I access? How are my user rights handled?

Actual user rights are respected in the application—if you can see it in Office 365, you can see it in sapio365, but in a much larger scope.

What can I do in a User session?

Your user rights apply to a User session.

According to your user rights, you can do the following:

Users

  • View the entire user list for your tenant’s directory as well as all users' profile information.
  • View service plans and license information for all users.
  • Edit user profile information if your user rights allow.
  • Create new user profiles if your user rights allow.
  • Display group memberships for up to all users in your tenant’s directory.
  • See all: Drive item, Messages, Contacts, Calendar entries
  • For your own account and those users whose mailboxes you have access to.

Mail
For your own mailbox and other mailboxes, you have access to:

  • View all messages—including the mail folder structure.
  • Preview messages directly from the full message list.
  • See all message properties.
  • Access all attachment information—and download or delete attachments directly.

Contacts

See your own contacts as well as contacts of users whose mailbox you have access to.

OneDrive files and folders

See all information—including permissions—for all OneDrive files you can access.

Groups

  • View all groups in your tenant, including their property information (minus Teams-related properties).
  • For all groups you have access to in your Office 365 portal: Display all group owners, Retrieve all drive item information, View group SharePoint site information.
  • Remove and add memberships and owners for all groups you are 'Owner' of.

Calendar events

  • View all calendar events
  • Preview calendar event body
  • See attachment information.

SharePoint sites and lists
For all site collections and groups you have access to (public groups and private groups you are a member of):

  • Retrieve all SharePoint site information
  • Show all lists—as well as their items and columns—for all your accessible sites at once
  • Display all OneDrive files for all your accessible sites and lists at once.

Admin session

(Admin consent required)

What can I access? How are my user rights handled?

Actual user rights are respected—if you can see it in Office 365, you can see it in sapio365, but in a much larger scope.

I'm an admin. How do I give consent to sapio365?

Admin and Ultra Admin sessions both require the consent of a Global Administrator in order to function. If you give consent once, it will work across your entire tenant. See this page for the full process of providing admin consent for each of the session types.

How can I get admin consent for sapio365?

Only an administrator with the role of global administrator can provide consent for sapio365’s Admin sessions. Feel free to send a global administrator to this page: How to provide admin consent to sapio365.

What can I do in a Admin session?

Your user rights apply to an Admin session.

According to your user rights, you can do the following:

Users

  • View the entire user list for your tenant’s directory as well as all users' profile information.
  • View service plans and license information for all users.
  • Edit user profile information if your user rights allow.
  • Create new user profiles if your user rights allow.
  • Display group memberships for up to all users in your tenant’s directory.
  • See all: Extended user information, Drive item, Messages, Contacts, Calendar entries for your own account and those users whose mailboxes you have access to.

Mail
For your own mailbox and other mailboxes, you have access to:

  • View all messages—including the mail folder structure.
  • See all mailbox setting information.
  • Preview messages directly from the full message list.
  • See all message properties.
  • Access all attachment information—and download or delete attachments directly.

Contacts

See your own contacts as well as contacts of users whose mailbox you have access to.

OneDrive files and folders

See all information—including permissions—for all OneDrive files you can access.

Groups

  • View all groups in your tenant, including their property information.
  • For all groups you have access to in your Office 365 portal: Display all group owners, Retrieve all drive item information, View group SharePoint site information.
  • Remove and add memberships and owners for all groups you are 'Owner' of.
  • Manage delivery restrictions on groups that you have access to.

Calendar events

  • View all calendar events—even for Office 365 groups you're a member of.
  • Preview calendar event body
  • See attachment information.

SharePoint sites and lists
For all site collections and groups you have access to (public groups and private groups you are a member of):

  • Retrieve all SharePoint site information
  • Show all lists—as well as their items and columns—for all your accessible sites at once
  • Display all OneDrive files for all your accessible sites and lists at once.

Ultra Admin session

(Admin consent required)

What can I access? How are my user rights handled?

Actual user rights are respected in the application—if you can see it in Office 365, you can see it in sapio365, but in a much larger scope.

I'm an admin. How do I give consent to sapio365?

Admin and Ultra Admin sessions both require the consent of a Global Administrator in order to function. If you give consent once, it will work across your entire tenant. See this page for the full process of providing admin consent for each of the session types.

How can I get admin consent for sapio365?

Only an administrator with the role of global administrator can provide consent for sapio365’s Admin sessions. Feel free to send a global administrator to this page: How to provide admin consent to sapio365. If you have already registered an application ID, you’ll need to tell which application ID you need consent for.

What can I access? How are my user rights handled?

Actual user rights are respected in the application—if you can see it in Office 365, you can see it in sapio365, but in a much larger scope.

What can I access in a Ultra Admin session?

Authorized users are responsible for assigning their own permissions when creating an application.

With the full set of Ytria-recommended permissions, you can do the following:

Users

  • View the entire user list for your tenant’s directory as well as all users' profile information.
  • View service plans and license information for all users.
  • Edit user profile information if your user rights allow.
  • Create new user profiles if your user rights allow.
  • Display group memberships for up to all users in your tenant’s directory.
  • See all: Drive item, Messages, Contacts, Calendar entries
  • For your own account and those users whose mailboxes you have access to.

Mail
For your own mailbox and other mailboxes, you have access to:

  • View all messages—including the mail folder structure.
  • Preview messages directly from the full message list.
  • See all message properties.
  • Access all attachment information—and download or delete attachments directly.

Contacts

See your own contacts as well as contacts of users whose mailbox you have access to.

OneDrive files and folders

See all information—including permissions—for all OneDrive files you can access.

Groups

  • View all groups in your tenant, including their property information.
  • For all groups you have access to in your Office 365 portal: Display all group owners, Retrieve all drive item information, View group SharePoint site information.
  • Add or remove owners for any group in your tenant, even multiple groups and owners at once.
  • Manage delivery restrictions on any group in your tenant, even multiple groups at once.

Calendar events
For your own mailbox and other mailboxes you have access to:

  • View all calendar events
  • Preview calendar event body
  • See attachment information.

SharePoint sites and lists
For all site collections and groups you have access to (public groups and private groups you are a member of):

  • Retrieve all SharePoint site information
  • Show all lists—as well as their items and columns—for all your accessible sites at once
  • Display all OneDrive files for all your accessible sites and lists at once.

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flexYview: The engine powering sapio365

sapio365: powered by the flexYview

See and work with data in your Office 365 tenant in faster and easier ways thanks to sapio365’s core data scanning and manipulation engine.

Meet the flexYview

At the heart of sapio365 is a powerful engine that scans and displays your Office 365 tenant data in a flexible, grid-based user interface.

Flexible? Yes. Because once your data is loaded into a sapio365 grid, you have total freedom to change categorization, information order, filter entries, everything.

All those “one-at-a-time” processes, centralized and enabled en-masse

Centralize all those “one-at-a-time” processes that you encounter in your daily Office 365 administration. Break through “tunnel vision” limitations of viewing data in small sectors at a time. Perform complex operations in measures of clicks and minutes, rather than hours of coding.

Ever thought of seeing all information about users, groups, sites, , the components of an entire cloud or multi-server on-prem environment, all parsed and categorized for easy viewing and management in a flexible and customizable spreadsheet-style grid display?

The flexYview lets you easily get to the data you need, and more, often within just a few clicks.

Work with your data in faster and better ways thanks to deep, yet easy-to-use, functionality.

Powerful solutions at your fingertips

Organize your data

Organize your data through simple drag-and-drop grouping controls. Find similarities, calculate totals, sort lists, and more.

Manage your grids

Manage your grid configurations through a one-stop control panel; you'll find all the options you need to customize data readouts in one place.

Perform manual searches

Use an array of manual searches functions, including regular expression and plain text searches, to cut through the clutter and target the data you need.

Calculate group totals

Use built-in calculation functions such as configurable group-totals to deepen analysis on data categories.

Employ powerful filters

Manipulate large data sets to isolate the data you need fast thanks to a variety of filter options, including targeted value filters, regular expressions, number and date filters, and more.

Add custom annotations

Integrate virtual comments directly into the data you’re working with in your grid and use them just like any other data point.

Sort lists instantly

Sort data lists of any size in only a single click.

Freeze grid columns

Freeze grid columns to bring better visibility and handling to large data sets just like in popular spreadsheets.

Create pre-set configurations

Set and save your configurations and preferences—recall them at any time.

Generate pivot tables

Intersect data sets of any size through the built-in pivot table generator. Understand trends and relations across your defined data.

Compare data in unique ways

Perform visual comparison analyses on even the most complex data sets thanks to the flexYview-exclusive Data Comparator, offering functionality not found in any other product.

Automate your processes

Expand the scope of your processes through powerful automation scripts; program your own tasks from the ground up, or record actions to build upon.

Report your data with copy/paste simplicity

Get your data from the grid into a spreadsheet with copy/paste simplicity—reporting has never been easier or more versatile.

Report in pre-formatted documents

Create reports in pre-set document format options to ensure they meet standard file requirements.

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Your guide to more cost-effective Office 365 administration with sapio365

Your guide to more cost-effective Office 365 administration with sapio365

00:58:23 MIN

See how you can step up your Office 365 management with sapio365, Ytria’s standalone admin client for Office 365. You don’t need to know PowerShell to expertly manage Office 365 using sapio365. But if you do like to code in Microsoft’s ever-present language, there’s still something for you in sapio365.

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In this webinar, you’ll learn how you can use sapio365 to carry out even the most complex Office 365 administration tasks, regardless of your own experience level.

In this hour, you learn how to:

  • Gain control of your groups: memberships, expiration policy, content, and more.
  • See crucial group, user, and site data.
  • Accomplish a wide range of automated tasks in just a click.
  • Manage licenses, service plans, and provisioning status in bulk.
  • View all OneDrive files, and work with their permissions, across your entire tenant.
  • Manage directory roles, licenses, and more on the tenant level.
  • Manage delivery restrictions with point-and-click ease.
  • Optimize your entire user management process.
  • View all SharePoint online site content down to the list item and OneDrive file level.
  • Create any type of report you can think of quickly and easily.

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Get to know sapio365

Get to know sapio365

00:48:46 MIN

How to know your Office 365 tenant like never before

Get to know how sapio365 helps you manage groups, users, OneDrive, SharePoint Sites, and more—faster, easier, and without any need to code.

SPS NYC was a fantastic event, and as always, we loved learning about the various challenges you face in your everyday Office 365 work. We talked with a lot of people, but time is always short. So, we’re bringing the conversation back!

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What will I see in this webinar?

Your daily Office 365 work is just as important to us as it is to you. And we’re always looking for areas where we can help you get more done in less time.

Admin tasks done faster and with less possibility of errors, all while gaining data insights that can help you build better processes—that’s what sapio365 is about.

You and your team will love working with it and leaving the status quo in the dust.

And you won’t have to write a single cmdlet, or wear down your mouse clicking through web portals.

In this webinar, you’ll see how sapio365 can help with the real-life Office 365 situations we’ve been learning about from talking to you:

  • Gain control of your groups.
  • Get to your crucial tenant data fast.
  • View all licenses, service plans, and provisioning status for all users.
  • See all OneDrive files, and their permissions, across your tenant.
  • Manage directory roles, licenses, and more on the tenant level.
  • Manage delivery restrictions easily.
  • Optimize your entire user management process.
  • View all SharePoint online site content to the list item and OneDrive file level.
  • Report everything quickly.

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