After you created an Exchange Retention Policy either in Exchange Online or On-Prem Exchange, you have to make this new retention policy as Default, so new mailboxes will get this policy automatically.
To see the available retention policies, type
To change your Default Retention Policy for all users, run the following (Copy the retention policy name from the results of the above command):
This question has been asked many times and usually assumed it is not possible. It is possible to create a stand-alone Outlook mail profile for Office 365 / Exchange Online or even in On-Premises Exchange server. You don’t need to enable Shared Mailbox’s AD account or use Shared Mailbox’s AD account. All you need to verify is you have FULL access permissions to the Shared Mailbox.
Now, this is how it is done:
Close Outlook if it is already open.
Open Control Panel and Open Mail (Microsoft Outlook 2016)
Click Show Profiles.. and Click Add… to create a new profile. Enter the appropriate name of the profile.
In Add Account window, Enter the Name of the Shared Mailbox (well you can type anything here), then enter the Email Address of the Shared Mailbox.
Note: You don’t need to type password at all here.
When asked, enter YOUR CREDENTIALS. Since you have full access permission on the Shared Mailbox, profile should create it successfully.
That’s all. Don’t forget to change the default Outlook profile in Mail settings.
Hackers can run a script on your computer by any available methods (Malware, downloaded program, java script) to get your wireless password easily. That’s why you should not download any executable program from unknown and unreliable websites or a USB disk from parking lot. Once they have the wireless password, they can connect to the wireless network from parking lot or closed location around the property and get into the network.
This PowerShell script demonstrates how to grab the remembered wireless network names and it’s password in clear text on the running computer.
P.S. It is pretty dump to leave the output of the script on your computer for others to read.
Script to get all remembered wireless networks and their
passwords on the running computer.
This script display the wireless network name and its
password and also saves it in wireless-passwords.csv