Category: common

Sometimes it is necessary to check if your powershell module is still up to date. Yes in newer PowerShell Versions you can choose the following cmdlet: Update-Module (PS-Version5.1) https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/powershellget/update-module?view=powershell-5.1 But I wanted to have a function which can compare versions of any powershell module and can also compare any other version. Therefor I did some […]

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Some days ago, Max from Jooble wrote me an email and asked if I’m interested in partnership with his platform. I thought, why not? Jooble is a powerful search engine for jobs all around the globe. My blog is now linked to the powershell developer site. Awesome and many thanks to Jooble supporting me. https://jooble.org/jobs-powershell-developer

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When scripting with cloud users in AzureAD some people might ask how to check if an Azure AD user is available or not. I also had to challenge this scenario while scripting for a customer. After this I thought this is something many people may need. So here is my solution with some explanation to […]

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Hi there, if you found this article maybe you are struggling slowness of the microsoft cloud (or some other products) and your script fails because it does not find the newly created object. Yeah that’s a big issue especially in the wonderful cloud, and if you want to automate tasks. So I invested some time […]

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you may have found my old article from june 1st 2018 LINK. Some time has passed since this article was released. Yes I know there is a overview in Teams Admin Center, but I thought it would be nice to do this and some kind more via PowerShell Module. So I picked up the script […]

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