Is there a way to get the "Organizational Properties" through powershell?

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is there a way to check the org properties in an o365 tenant, specifically "release preference" through powershell?

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Hi Eric,

 

You can try using Get-OrganizationConfig. There is a property called "ReleaseTrack", although from my experience, this has been left blank. There currently isn't a way to set this property from PowerShell yet. You will need to connect to you EXO PowerShell to access this cmdlet. I'll see if there are any alternative/better solutions.

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You can check the same property via Get-MsolCompanyInformation, I haven't seen a case where it was displaying wrong, yet.