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25
May

Managing Mailbox Plans for Exchange Online

When you create a new mailbox in Exchange Online, that mailbox comes with specific settings, features, and protocols enabled. As an Office 365 administrator, you have the ability...
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09
May

Restricting Access to Security and Compliance Center Functionalities

About a year ago, we published an article on how to manage preservation policies in the new Security and Compliance Center in Office 365 via PowerShell. Over the course of the...
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07
Nov

Introducing Microsoft Teams

On November 2, Microsoft introduced “Microsoft Teams,” a new collaboration suite within Office 365. Office 365 already has several different “collaboration” tools available, so...
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18
Oct

Manage Office 365 Groups with PowerShell

There are a few very compelling reasons to move to Office 365, and in my opinion, Office 365 Groups are at or near the top of that list. Office 365 Groups combine resources from...
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11
Jul

Meet the Azure AD PowerShell Module

Without any big announcements, a preview version of the Azure AD PowerShell module was released last week. In this article, we will go over the release in a bit more detail and...
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23
Mar

AD FS Claims Rules and Modern Authentication

  Modern authentication has been around for a while now, and it’s great. It brought support for the latest and greatest in authentication and authorization protocols and made new...
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03
Sep

Are You Automating Enough?

Earlier this week, Tony Redmond wrote about Jeffrey Snover – also known as the godfather of PowerShell – being promoted to Technical Fellow at Microsoft; one of the highest...
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18
Mar

How to Migrate Scheduled Tasks from One Server to Another

With the end of life approaching for Windows Server 2003, a lot of admins are moving services from legacy 2003 servers to Windows Server 2012 R2.  A common task when performing...
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04
Mar

Setting Up Your First PowerShell DSC Pull Server

Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) is a technology introduced in Windows PowerShell v4.0.  DSC sets out to save the IT professional time by essentially building...
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24
Sep

Powershell: Upping your Parameter Validation Game with Dynamic Parameters Part II

Now that you've got an understanding of Powershell's advanced functions and the ValidateSet() parameter validation method in the first part of my blog, “Validating Powershell...
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