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MC541649 – (Updated) Retiring Remote PowerShell use through Connect-IPPPSession (archived)

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*For this entry exists the more relevant or more recent entry MC586563

check before: 2023-04-29

Product:

Exchange, Microsoft 365 suite

Platform:

Online, World tenant

Status:

Change type:

Admin impact, Retirement, Updated message

Links:

MC586563

Details:

Updated May 9, 2023: We have updated the information below for clarification. Thank you for your patience.
In line with our vision to enhance the security of our cloud, we plan to move the SCC admin experience to REST-based APIs. In doing so, we will be deprecating the legacy Remote PowerShell (RPS) protocol starting July 15, 2023.
In releasing the REST interface, customers do not need to use RPS to access EOP. Instead, RPS-based cmdlets will run as REST API calls instead of running via an RPS session. The REST API has the same cmdlets available and feature parity with RPS v1 cmdlets, so existing scripts and processes don't need to be updated. Simply using the new module will ensure REST is used rather than RPS.

[When this will happen:]
Administrators will not be able to use RPS through Connect-IPPPSession after July 15, 2023. REST-based cmdlets will be available starting May 1, 2023 - we recommend customers switch at their earliest convenience.

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Created:
2023-04-15

updated:
2023-05-10

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DatePropertyoldnew
2023-05-10MC MessagesIn line with our vision to enhance the security of our cloud, we plan to move the SCC admin experience to REST-based APIs. In doing so, we will be deprecating the legacy Remote PowerShell (RPS) protocol starting July 15, 2023.
In releasing the REST interface, customers do not need to use RPS to access EOP. Instead, RPS-based cmdlets will run as REST API calls instead of running via an RPS session. The REST API has the same cmdlets available and feature parity with RPS v1 cmdlets, so existing scripts and processes don't need to be updated. Simply using the new module will ensure REST is used rather than RPS.

[When this will happen:]
Administrators will not be able to use RPS through Connect-IPPPSession after July 15, 2023. REST-based cmdlets will be available starting May 1, 2023 - we recommend customers switch at their earliest convenience.
Updated May 9, 2023: We have updated the information below for clarification. Thank you for your patience.
In line with our vision to enhance the security of our cloud, we plan to move the SCC admin experience to REST-based APIs. In doing so, we will be deprecating the legacy Remote PowerShell (RPS) protocol starting July 15, 2023.
In releasing the REST interface, customers do not need to use RPS to access EOP. Instead, RPS-based cmdlets will run as REST API calls instead of running via an RPS session. The REST API has the same cmdlets available and feature parity with RPS v1 cmdlets, so existing scripts and processes don't need to be updated. Simply using the new module will ensure REST is used rather than RPS.

[When this will happen:]
Administrators will not be able to use RPS through Connect-IPPPSession after July 15, 2023. REST-based cmdlets will be available starting May 1, 2023 - we recommend customers switch at their earliest convenience.
2023-05-10MC TitleRetiring Remote PowerShell use through Connect-IPPPSession(Updated) Retiring Remote PowerShell use through Connect-IPPPSession
2023-05-10MC Last Updated04/15/2023 01:16:202023-05-09T22:29:28Z
2023-05-10MC MessageTagNamesAdmin impact, RetirementUpdated message, Admin impact, Retirement
2023-05-10MC prepareSteps to switch to REST-based cmdlets
Install the EXO v3.2 (or higher) module from here
Use connect-ippssession -UseRPSSession:$false to establish connection.
Please click Additional Information to learn more.
https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/exchange-team-blog/announcing-deprecation-of-remote-powershell-rps-protocol-in/ba-p/3695597
https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/ExchangeOnlineManagement/3.1.0
Steps to switch to REST-based cmdlets
Install the EXO module version 3.2.0-Preview3 from here
Use connect-ippssession -UseRPSSession:$false to establish connection.
Please click Additional Information to learn more.
https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/exchange-team-blog/deprecation-of-remote-powershell-rps-protocol-in-security-and/ba-p/3815432
https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/ExchangeOnlineManagement/3.2.0-Preview3

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