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Powershell

Disabling License Features in O365

1 minute read

With the changes Microsoft has deployed to O365, adding new Skype plan options to K1 accounts and updating the plan on other license plans, I needed to remov...

Inactive Computer Account Cleanup

4 minute read

Previously, I talked about cleaning up inactive user accounts. This is how I am automating the same process for computer accounts. Note: in my environment, s...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Post Conference

1 minute read

Well, a week has passed since the end of Microsoft Ignite. After digging myself out all the things in the office that did not get done while I was away, I fi...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 4 Thoughts

1 minute read

It is the end of another day of Microsoft Ignite, and I must say today was the best day I have had so far this week. The mobile app did not crash on me nearl...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 3 Thoughts

3 minute read

I am waiting for my first session to start for Day 4 so I figured I’d write up my thoughts on Day 3 and a few other things I have noticed so far at the confe...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 2 Thoughts

3 minute read

If you saw my Day 1 post, you know that I was not overly excited by it. There was not anything that really Ignited my passion for sure. However, Day 2 overal...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 1 Thoughts

3 minute read

This year I had the fantastic opportunity to attend Microsoft Ignite. My first Microsoft conference! However, it is not all that I thought it would be. Now, ...

Distributing Powershell Scripts via XenApp

3 minute read

We have been busy standing up System Center for the past few weeks, which is akin to adding another full-time job on top of my already full-time job. What I...

Powershell Server Setup: Part III

1 minute read

I’ve been playing with some AD stuff, partially because I’ve been avoiding tracking down Dev people about migrating off the last of the 2003 servers that nee...

Powershell Server Setup: Part III

2 minute read

This is the final part of my server setup script. If you missed the previous posts, check out Part I and Part II. I suppose I should point out when I use all...

Powershell Server Setup: Part II

3 minute read

In Part I of this series, we took a new 2012 R2 server from fresh ISO to domain join, today we will build upon that by performing these tasks. Windows Da...

Powershell Server Setup: Part I

3 minute read

Working on my environment and needing to build out new servers fairly quickly, and not having SCCM or another provisioning tool running at the moment I set o...

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Microsoft

Azure Active Directory Password Hash Sync

5 minute read

I frequently have conversations with customers around what their authentication options are with Azure Active Directory. More specifically, the conversation ...

Disabling License Features in O365

1 minute read

With the changes Microsoft has deployed to O365, adding new Skype plan options to K1 accounts and updating the plan on other license plans, I needed to remov...

Inactive Computer Account Cleanup

4 minute read

Previously, I talked about cleaning up inactive user accounts. This is how I am automating the same process for computer accounts. Note: in my environment, s...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Post Conference

1 minute read

Well, a week has passed since the end of Microsoft Ignite. After digging myself out all the things in the office that did not get done while I was away, I fi...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 4 Thoughts

1 minute read

It is the end of another day of Microsoft Ignite, and I must say today was the best day I have had so far this week. The mobile app did not crash on me nearl...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 3 Thoughts

3 minute read

I am waiting for my first session to start for Day 4 so I figured I’d write up my thoughts on Day 3 and a few other things I have noticed so far at the confe...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 2 Thoughts

3 minute read

If you saw my Day 1 post, you know that I was not overly excited by it. There was not anything that really Ignited my passion for sure. However, Day 2 overal...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 1 Thoughts

3 minute read

This year I had the fantastic opportunity to attend Microsoft Ignite. My first Microsoft conference! However, it is not all that I thought it would be. Now, ...

Powershell Server Setup: Part III

1 minute read

I’ve been playing with some AD stuff, partially because I’ve been avoiding tracking down Dev people about migrating off the last of the 2003 servers that nee...

Powershell Server Setup: Part III

2 minute read

This is the final part of my server setup script. If you missed the previous posts, check out Part I and Part II. I suppose I should point out when I use all...

Powershell Server Setup: Part II

3 minute read

In Part I of this series, we took a new 2012 R2 server from fresh ISO to domain join, today we will build upon that by performing these tasks. Windows Da...

Powershell Server Setup: Part I

3 minute read

Working on my environment and needing to build out new servers fairly quickly, and not having SCCM or another provisioning tool running at the moment I set o...

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Automation

Disabling License Features in O365

1 minute read

With the changes Microsoft has deployed to O365, adding new Skype plan options to K1 accounts and updating the plan on other license plans, I needed to remov...

Inactive Computer Account Cleanup

4 minute read

Previously, I talked about cleaning up inactive user accounts. This is how I am automating the same process for computer accounts. Note: in my environment, s...

Powershell Server Setup: Part III

1 minute read

I’ve been playing with some AD stuff, partially because I’ve been avoiding tracking down Dev people about migrating off the last of the 2003 servers that nee...

Powershell Server Setup: Part III

2 minute read

This is the final part of my server setup script. If you missed the previous posts, check out Part I and Part II. I suppose I should point out when I use all...

Powershell Server Setup: Part II

3 minute read

In Part I of this series, we took a new 2012 R2 server from fresh ISO to domain join, today we will build upon that by performing these tasks. Windows Da...

Powershell Server Setup: Part I

3 minute read

Working on my environment and needing to build out new servers fairly quickly, and not having SCCM or another provisioning tool running at the moment I set o...

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O365

Azure Active Directory Password Hash Sync

5 minute read

I frequently have conversations with customers around what their authentication options are with Azure Active Directory. More specifically, the conversation ...

Disabling License Features in O365

1 minute read

With the changes Microsoft has deployed to O365, adding new Skype plan options to K1 accounts and updating the plan on other license plans, I needed to remov...

Inactive Computer Account Cleanup

4 minute read

Previously, I talked about cleaning up inactive user accounts. This is how I am automating the same process for computer accounts. Note: in my environment, s...

Distributing Powershell Scripts via XenApp

3 minute read

We have been busy standing up System Center for the past few weeks, which is akin to adding another full-time job on top of my already full-time job. What I...

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Office 365

Azure Active Directory Password Hash Sync

5 minute read

I frequently have conversations with customers around what their authentication options are with Azure Active Directory. More specifically, the conversation ...

Disabling License Features in O365

1 minute read

With the changes Microsoft has deployed to O365, adding new Skype plan options to K1 accounts and updating the plan on other license plans, I needed to remov...

Inactive Computer Account Cleanup

4 minute read

Previously, I talked about cleaning up inactive user accounts. This is how I am automating the same process for computer accounts. Note: in my environment, s...

Distributing Powershell Scripts via XenApp

3 minute read

We have been busy standing up System Center for the past few weeks, which is akin to adding another full-time job on top of my already full-time job. What I...

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Ignite

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Post Conference

1 minute read

Well, a week has passed since the end of Microsoft Ignite. After digging myself out all the things in the office that did not get done while I was away, I fi...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 4 Thoughts

1 minute read

It is the end of another day of Microsoft Ignite, and I must say today was the best day I have had so far this week. The mobile app did not crash on me nearl...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 3 Thoughts

3 minute read

I am waiting for my first session to start for Day 4 so I figured I’d write up my thoughts on Day 3 and a few other things I have noticed so far at the confe...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 2 Thoughts

3 minute read

If you saw my Day 1 post, you know that I was not overly excited by it. There was not anything that really Ignited my passion for sure. However, Day 2 overal...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 1 Thoughts

3 minute read

This year I had the fantastic opportunity to attend Microsoft Ignite. My first Microsoft conference! However, it is not all that I thought it would be. Now, ...

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Education

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Post Conference

1 minute read

Well, a week has passed since the end of Microsoft Ignite. After digging myself out all the things in the office that did not get done while I was away, I fi...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 4 Thoughts

1 minute read

It is the end of another day of Microsoft Ignite, and I must say today was the best day I have had so far this week. The mobile app did not crash on me nearl...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 3 Thoughts

3 minute read

I am waiting for my first session to start for Day 4 so I figured I’d write up my thoughts on Day 3 and a few other things I have noticed so far at the confe...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 2 Thoughts

3 minute read

If you saw my Day 1 post, you know that I was not overly excited by it. There was not anything that really Ignited my passion for sure. However, Day 2 overal...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 1 Thoughts

3 minute read

This year I had the fantastic opportunity to attend Microsoft Ignite. My first Microsoft conference! However, it is not all that I thought it would be. Now, ...

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Conferences

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Post Conference

1 minute read

Well, a week has passed since the end of Microsoft Ignite. After digging myself out all the things in the office that did not get done while I was away, I fi...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 4 Thoughts

1 minute read

It is the end of another day of Microsoft Ignite, and I must say today was the best day I have had so far this week. The mobile app did not crash on me nearl...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 3 Thoughts

3 minute read

I am waiting for my first session to start for Day 4 so I figured I’d write up my thoughts on Day 3 and a few other things I have noticed so far at the confe...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 2 Thoughts

3 minute read

If you saw my Day 1 post, you know that I was not overly excited by it. There was not anything that really Ignited my passion for sure. However, Day 2 overal...

Microsoft Ignite 2015: Day 1 Thoughts

3 minute read

This year I had the fantastic opportunity to attend Microsoft Ignite. My first Microsoft conference! However, it is not all that I thought it would be. Now, ...

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Windows Server

Powershell Server Setup: Part III

1 minute read

I’ve been playing with some AD stuff, partially because I’ve been avoiding tracking down Dev people about migrating off the last of the 2003 servers that nee...

Powershell Server Setup: Part III

2 minute read

This is the final part of my server setup script. If you missed the previous posts, check out Part I and Part II. I suppose I should point out when I use all...

Powershell Server Setup: Part II

3 minute read

In Part I of this series, we took a new 2012 R2 server from fresh ISO to domain join, today we will build upon that by performing these tasks. Windows Da...

Powershell Server Setup: Part I

3 minute read

Working on my environment and needing to build out new servers fairly quickly, and not having SCCM or another provisioning tool running at the moment I set o...

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Active Directory

Disabling License Features in O365

1 minute read

With the changes Microsoft has deployed to O365, adding new Skype plan options to K1 accounts and updating the plan on other license plans, I needed to remov...

Inactive Computer Account Cleanup

4 minute read

Previously, I talked about cleaning up inactive user accounts. This is how I am automating the same process for computer accounts. Note: in my environment, s...

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Windows

Disabling License Features in O365

1 minute read

With the changes Microsoft has deployed to O365, adding new Skype plan options to K1 accounts and updating the plan on other license plans, I needed to remov...

Inactive Computer Account Cleanup

4 minute read

Previously, I talked about cleaning up inactive user accounts. This is how I am automating the same process for computer accounts. Note: in my environment, s...

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Citrix

Distributing Powershell Scripts via XenApp

3 minute read

We have been busy standing up System Center for the past few weeks, which is akin to adding another full-time job on top of my already full-time job. What I...

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XenApp

Distributing Powershell Scripts via XenApp

3 minute read

We have been busy standing up System Center for the past few weeks, which is akin to adding another full-time job on top of my already full-time job. What I...

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Hybrid Exchange

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Mailboxes

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3PAR

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Storage

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HPE

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SAN

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Exchange

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Azure

Azure Active Directory Password Hash Sync

5 minute read

I frequently have conversations with customers around what their authentication options are with Azure Active Directory. More specifically, the conversation ...

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Azure AD

Azure Active Directory Password Hash Sync

5 minute read

I frequently have conversations with customers around what their authentication options are with Azure Active Directory. More specifically, the conversation ...

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