Did you know: Last year, Microsoft made it possible for tenant and SharePoint administrators to use PowerShell to override the organization’s expiration policy on a per site collection basis. With this update, tenant and SharePoint administrators will be able to run the same PowerShell to override the anyone link expiration policy on an individual user’s OneDrive.
When this will happen
This feature will begin rolling out in early August; we expect rollout to be complete by end of August.
How this will affect your organization
Tenant and SharePoint administrators can now override the anyone link expiration policy on an individual OneDrive, choosing to either remove the expiration requirement entirely or set it to a more or less restrictive length.
There is no impact to your users unless a tenant or SharePoint administrator executes this feature via PowerShell.
What you need to do to prepare
Use the SharePoint Online Management Shell and the Set-SPOSite parameter to override the expiration policy for an individual user’s unauthenticated sharing links. Review the new capability and assess how it can help you manage your organization’s security posture.
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