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“Say Goodbye to Remote PowerShell (RPS): Microsoft Announces Deprecation of RPS for New Exchange Online Tenants”

Deprecation of Remote PowerShell (RPS) for New Exchange Online Tenants
Introduction
Microsoft has recently announced the deprecation of Remote PowerShell (RPS) for new tenants of Exchange Online. This has been done to improve the security and reliability of the Exchange Online service. In this blog, we will discuss what this deprecation means and how customers can prepare for it. What is Remote PowerShell (RPS)?
Remote PowerShell (RPS) is a technology used by Exchange Online customers to manage their Exchange Online environment. It allows administrators to run PowerShell commands remotely from their on-premises environment against Exchange Online. This technology has been available since the launch of Exchange Online and has been used by many customers.What Does the Deprecation of RPS Mean?
The deprecation of RPS means that customers will no longer be able to use this technology to manage their Exchange Online environment. Customers will still be able to manage their Exchange Online environment using other management tools such as the Exchange Online Admin Center and the Exchange Online PowerShell.How Can Customers Prepare for the Deprecation of RPS?
There are several steps that customers can take to prepare for the deprecation of RPS: * Identify any scripts or processes that are currently using RPS.
* Update any scripts or processes to use the Exchange Online Admin Center or the Exchange Online PowerShell.
* Test the scripts or processes to ensure that they are functioning correctly.
* Monitor the usage of RPS in the environment to ensure that it is not being used.

Conclusion
Microsoft has recently announced the deprecation of Remote PowerShell (RPS) for new tenants of Exchange Online. This deprecation is meant to improve the security and reliability of the Exchange Online service. Customers should take steps to prepare for this change by identifying and updating any scripts or processes that currently use RPS. Additionally, they should monitor the usage of RPS in the environment to ensure that it is not being used.
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1. Exchange Online Deprecation
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