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Month: Mar 2017

Find Exchange Mailboxes with Automatic Email Address Policy set to $False

How to Find all User Mailboxes with Auto Email Address Policy Removed. Let’s have a look at what the settings in Exchange Management Console looks like. Let’s start by running a quick one liner to search for all these users.

Next we can see the results output That was a quick one liner ,but…

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Rename Server using #Powershell

Rename Windows Server Name using #PowerShell Being in the #LazyAdminMode lets rename our server using #PowerShell Lets start by opening  #PowerShell  and type

and that is it 🙂 quick and easy #LoveIt Next lets restart the Server using #PowerShell  to apply the new name by typing

  To get more information regarding the…

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Windows Domain Join using #PowerShell

Here is a quick How-To Join a “Windows Server 2012” to Windows Domain using #PowerShell Lets start by launching #PowerShell and Type

2. Next we are prompted for valid credentials to Join the Server to the domain. 3.  After Adding the credentials you will be prompted with a Warning Message saying you need to…

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Windows SysInternals

Windows SysInternals for Nano Server Introduction The Sysinternals Troubleshooting Utilities have been rolled up into a single Suite of tools. This file contains the individual troubleshooting tools and help files. It does not contain non-troubleshooting tools like the BSOD Screen Saver or NotMyFault.

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Microsoft Exchange RBAC Manager

RBAC Manager for Exchange and Office 365 RBAC Manager puts all efforts to simplify the RBAC administration. Basically it provides the missing GUI to edit RBAC settings on Exchange 2010,2013 and Office 365 systems; including adding/removing cmdlets, cmdlet properties, assignments etc. RBAC tool is written in C# and using Powershell behind the scenes For Release…

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How to Set Up a Domain in Office 365

Setting up your email domain is a first step when establishing your Office 365 tenant. After you subscribe to Office 365, by default, your new email addresses appear as until you set up your custom domain. To add your domain name, it takes a quick three steps to verify your domain name, select users who need a domain update…

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Control Who Can See Your Presence Status in Skype for Business

  n Skype for Business, much like in other communication and instant messaging applications, you’re able to convey information about your current status — for example, whether you’re free or busy. This information in Skype for Office 365 is part of “presence,” conveyed by an availability status and a color-coded presence indicator that appears next to…

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What’s the Difference Between OneDrive and SharePoint?

OneDrive for Business (ODfB) and SharePoint Online (SP) are related components of Office 365, with overlapping architecture and features. If you use both OneDrive and SharePoint at work, it can get a little confusing. The basics The first thing to keep in mind is that there is a consumer version of OneDrive that is very…

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