In today’s cloud-based world it is easy to accidentally end up with files that are split across different locations. For example, if your company has files in SharePoint and SharePoint encounters an issue, your file editor (Word, Excel, etc.) may prompt you to “Save a Local Copy” as a precaution. If you save a local […]
If you administrate a Hyper-V environment that has been deployed on Windows Core Edition Hosts, or if you’re required to manage multiple Hyper-V clusters remote management will make life easier for you. Configuring the option to use the GUI Hyper-V Manager application installed on your workstation to control remote servers is a straight forward process […]
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