If you use PowerShell long enough you will inevitably need to combine data from more than one module, method, or object into a report of some kind. As an example, I ran into a situation where I needed to show mailbox sizes by city. Exchange doesn’t have the city attribute, but we know Active Directory […]
Manage all Office 365 services: AzureAD, Exchange, SharePoint, and Teams in a single PowerShell window. Make your scripts easier to write by loading all the commands up-front.
Each Office 365 user license includes one-terabyte of space in Microsoft’s cloud storage service, OneDrive. File sharing, versioning, offline synchronization, and mobile device apps are just some of the available features. Recent versions of the OneDrive software also includes the ability to backup key desktop folders automatically. One of the biggest headaches suffered by IT […]
Block based copies or “clones” create a challenge when it comes to deploying “click to run” software such as Microsoft Office 365. Learn to use the Office Deployment Tool
The first hurdle on the track to golden image nirvana is licensing. Modern computers use the Secure Boot protocol to ward against root kits. Learn how to avoid the winload.efi BSOD when you create your golden image.
Recentley, I needed to set a new password for Office 365 users in bulk without Azure AD Connect. I needed to be sure that I didn’t give service accounts new passwords. In addition, this was for a multi-state organization and we wanted to set the new passwords one city at a time. I was able […]
Learn how to build email addresses to be synchronized with Azure AD (Office 365) when there is no local Exchange server available.