With the help of this step-by-step guide, we can see the specific actions performed by administrators and users who have been assigned administrative privileges.
1. Open Exchange Admin Center.
2. Click on Compliance management and then on Auditing, Select Run the admin log report.
3. From here we can view the list of logs changes made by the Admin and User who have Admin privilege.
• On 21/Oct/2022 I perform one Outlook Task in which I gave ‘Send As’ Access to one user.
The User below the Date in the image shows the username who gave send as Permission. Like it’s showing email@example.com. While Cmdlet and Parameters show that Admin gave Send As permission to this particular User, and Trustee shows the name of that user who got access.
If you’re trying to create a new contact in your Microsoft 365 admin portal and encountering errors, you’re not alone. It’s not uncommon for users to run into issues when adding or updating contacts, especially if they’re new to the platform or working with a large volume of data. But don’t worry – with a little bit of knowledge and some troubleshooting techniques, you can resolve these errors and get your contact list up to date. In this article, we’ll explore some of the most common errors that users encounter when creating contacts in Microsoft 365, and provide tips and solutions for getting things back on track. Whether you’re dealing with issues with formatting, permissions, or something else entirely, we’ve got you covered. So, if you’re ready to get your contact list in order and avoid any future headaches, read on!
When I tried to create Contact in the admin portal, it was the error “Exception of type Microsoft.Online.Box.Util.Exceptions.InternalException”.
To resolve this issue, we need to follow the steps mentioned here: