GPO settings, powershell and office 365

Dear Experts

could anyone please explain about the solutions you have possible in your enviroment;

all my users are using windows 10 and heavily using office 365

how can I enable service desk team to use powerhsell from their desk for basic task on office 365?

requirement I have is to allow them to do their job via powershell from their work laptops for day to day task. Managing mailboxes etc..  Can this be done via GPO settings?

I think basic auth is not allowed via windows 10?
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FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
To manage the mailboxes, assuming your mailboxes are all on O365, create a group in O365 and then assign the group an admin role whether it be one of the default roles or a custom role you create.

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If your service desk team already has admin rights to the users on o365, they just have to connect to o365 via powershell and start managing mailboxes.  
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kuzumAuthor Commented:

thanks for your input, will I still achieve this with win10 machines as basic authentication is not allowed in win10? can I  resolve this by GPO?

Or your method should be fine for service desk to do limited admin task in office 365?  ( to answer your question, yes they have admin privileges on user mailboxes
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