!!INSTALL!! Office 365 Auditing
The main thing I loved about AdminDroid was how easy it was to setup and get working. I had tried 4 other products, and not one got to the stage of pulling data, because of MFA issues. AdminDroid ran though the install, opened the page to Office 365 MFA permission request, and then proceeded to populate the local database.
!!INSTALL!! Office 365 Auditing
Defender for Cloud Apps integrates directly with Office 365's audit logs and receives all audited events from all supported services. For a list of supported services, see Microsoft 365 services that support auditing.
If your task is to track user activities across Power BI and Microsoft 365, you work with auditing in Microsoft Purview or use PowerShell. Auditing relies on functionality in Exchange Online, which automatically supports Power BI.
To access logs, first enable logging in Power BI. For more information, see Audit and usage settings in the admin portal documentation. There may be up to a 48-hour delay between the time you enable auditing and when you can view audit data. If you don't see data immediately, check the audit logs later. You might experience a similar delay between getting permission to view audit logs and being able to access the logs.
You receive an error if the selected date range is greater than 90 days. If you're using the maximum date range of 90 days, select the current time for Start date. Otherwise, you'll receive an error saying that the start date is earlier than the end date. If you've turned on auditing within the last 90 days, the date range can't start before the date that auditing was turned on.
Now, if we can call SharePoint On-premises a complex platform, Office 365 is a huge ecosystem containing multiple interconnected services (Exchange, Teams, Azure, and OneDrive, just to name the more popular ones). Any solution that tracks Office 365 activity for the purposes of auditing must include activity made on the services that make up the platform.
I Am creating a windows 10 image that contains Office 365, I have downloaded the Click to run installer of office 365 from the portal but when i double click on it nothing happens the application just crashes only leaving this en the event log
This article will help you make the most of auditing and of the alerts that you can set up within your cloud service. This auditing capability is an option for all Office 365 tenants, but only the most popular enterprise subscriptions, E3 and E5, come with it standard.
You can see that quite a lot of information is collected, but Microsoft is working to increase the auditing scope further, so the list will get even longer. Some of these are enabled by default, like the admin activities in Exchange Online, but others, like the mailbox activities, must be turned on manually.
Remember first to turn on audit logging by clicking on the Start recording user and admin activity option in the Audit log search page. If this option is missing, it means either that auditing has already been enabled for your organization, or Microsoft turned it on for everyone (as was their plan at the time of writing).
To use Exchange auditing you should open the EAC, go to the Compliance Management page, and select Auditing, where you will find plenty of different options for running your activity reports. Administrators get access to these options by default. If non-admin users (like legal staff or the records manager) need permission to view this content, just add the users to the Records Management role group or assign the Audit Logs role to the user using the Shell.
The new unified auditing, improved security alerts, and the old but still powerful Exchange auditing reports combine to increase visibility and awareness inside your enterprise. This has become vital for management and IT as use of Office 365 grows, and together with it, security needs.
Each account must be reviewed and assigned a status. Multiple reviewers can assist, allowing others to make decisions for specific accounts as needed. When choosing to approve or deny, justification details are required, allowing the review to explain their decision. As with all Microsoft 365 and Azure features, any actions and decisions get logged for historical review and auditing.
Microsoft provides a single pane of glass for all Office 365 tasks through the Office 365 management APIs. This includes service communications, security, compliance, reporting and auditing related events.
AdminDroid Office 365 Reporting tool can be installed in any of your existing on-premises client/server machine. This ensures that all of your Office 365 reporting and auditing data are stored in the machine which is under your control.
Starting in January 2019, Microsoft turned on mailbox audit logging by default for all organizations. This means that certain actions performed by mailbox owners, delegates, and admins are automatically logged, and the corresponding mailbox audit records will be available when you search for them in the mailbox audit log. Before mailbox auditing was turned on by default, you had to manually enable it for every user mailbox in your organization.
After LogRhythm is identified to Azure, the office365.ini file must be edited so the LogRhythm System Monitor Agent can access the Office 365 Management Activity API. The office365.ini file must be located on the host of the Agent collecting logs.
As it turnsout, this only happens if mailboxes have Office 365 E5 licenses. Mailboxes withOffice 365 E3 licenses can have their events sent to the Office 365 audit log,but only if the mailboxes are explicitly enabled by running Set-Mailboxto set the AuditEnabled property to $True. With mailbox auditing enabled bydefault, brand-new E3 mailboxes report AuditEnabled to be $True. No indicationexists that anything else must be done before audit events flow from thesemailboxes to the Office 365 audit log.
A communications snafu caused by conflict between productannouncement and implementation might not seem that serious. After all, themailbox audit records are there to be found in the mailboxes. But the issuefrom a compliance perspective is that investigators might have depended on databeing in the Office 365 audit log when they looked for information. It is,after all, the definitive place to look for audit information within an Office365 tenant and the Microsoft announcements about mailbox auditing by default pointto the audit log as the font of all knowledge.
Manually digging into the audit logs in Office 365 is often difficult and time-consuming. The search tools are helpful, but consider the following drawbacks when deciding how to handle auditing in your organization:
11. Mailbox Auditing - Mailbox auditing will track users accessing and performing actions within their own mailbox. Other mailbox statistics and telemetry data are also collected. When mailbox auditing is enabled, actions performed by administrators, delegates, and mailbox owners are logged by default. Starting in January 2019, Microsoft is turning on mailbox audit logging by default for all organizations. This means that certain actions performed by mailbox owners, delegates, and admins are automatically logged, and the corresponding mailbox audit records will be available when you search for them in the mailbox audit log. Before mailbox auditing was turned on by default, you had to manually enable it for every user mailbox in your organization. User, shared, and Microsoft 365 Group Mailboxes support this default mailbox auditing. However, resource, public folder, and the discovery search mailbox do not and must be enabled manually.
In this blog I will show you how to retrieve M365 audit logs with Azure Logic Apps & Power Automate including the logic to handle Pagination for very large tenants (number of results returned limited to prevent response timeouts). I provide instructions and templates for both Azure Logic Apps and Power Automate so you can install in your tenant today. Both workflows provide you with an JSON array the Audit Logs from your tenant which you could then filter in Logic Apps/Power Automate by workload i.e. SharePoint, Exchange, Flow, Teams, Yammer etc.
To configure this event source, you must create an application in Microsoft Azure.More specific instructions explaining the process can be found in the Microsoft documentation, here: -us/office/office-365-management-api/get-started-with-office-365-management-apis
Adding a pre- or post-install script allows you to further customize the install process for custom apps. Add a pre-install script to perform an action such as removing another app that is being replaced. A post-install script can do things such as configuring the custom app that was just installed.
Some applications require a reboot after being installed before they will operate correctly. Allowing Kandji to trigger the restart ensures that the install restarts to ensure proper functionality. Check the Restart after successful install box to have Kandji restart the computer after the custom app is installed.