If you take a close look at your Microsoft 365 admin center, as shown above, you might see a new icon in the top right. The Azure Cloud shell is now available right from here.
If you select that, you’ll then see a PowerShell style window appear at the bottom of page as shown above. Here you can run all your favourite scripts directly in a browser!
I’ve covered the Azure Cloud Shell in previous articles:
Connecting to Exchange Online with Azure Cloud Shell
and you can read the Microsoft documentation here:
The only limitation seems to me is that you need an active Azure subscription tied to your Microsoft 365 environment because Azure Cloud Shell does need some storage to operate. But who doesn’t have an Azure subscription in their tenant these days right?
Deploy Office 365 and Azure together
(Hint, this is another reason to ALWAYS sell an Azure subscription when you sell Microsoft 365 if you are a reseller).
Hopefully, Microsoft might allow some included storage in the future for those without an Azure subscription.
Having the ability to run PowerShell directly from the browser with Microsoft 365 is a super handy addition and hopefully the functionality will keep extending with this.