If you have ever moved Windows print services to a new server, chances are that you have been left wondering … More
Most Administrators know that you can use a GPO to disable the ability to use USB storage devices on Windows … More
As an employee of an MSP, I am often tossed into the ring, so to speak. I’ve found that configuring … More
Recently I was tasked with helping a company build out a solution for remote training classes. We chose Microsoft’s Remote … More
Recentley, I needed to set a new password for Office 365 users in bulk without Azure AD Connect. I needed … More
Recently I needed to reduce the licenses we were consuming with a particular cloud service. I was told that a … More
Do you need to know the last time a user logged on, or who created an AD account? As long … More
As and Exchange Architect, I often get asked to report on who belongs to a particular distribution list. It is … More
I was recently asked what tool would be best to report the number of items in, and the size of, … More
We’re going to make another series of scripts that call our scanning tools with the lists we’ve made as input parameters and the folders we’ve made as output paths. Then, we’ll schedule our calling scripts as automated tasks that run every few minutes and wallah, a full system monitoring tool is born.
If you’ve been following this series then you know that we’re on a mission to create a poor man’s monitoring … More
In the first article in this series I explained the goal. I want to help you create a server monitoring … More
You try to watch the emails and texts but they vomit so much useless data all over your inbox that it is hard to make sence of it. Important notifications end up lost in the noise.
Quite a few businesses have server networks that were grown over time with servers being added to meet some demand … More