Category: Powershell

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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Dealing with PowerShell is a great thing, especially if you have to administer a large and dynamic organization. Let’s spend some time to learn some default use cases lot of exchange admins have to do. In this article I’m showing a various combination of different PowerShell cmdlets, with special focus in the new Exchange Online […]

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Some time ago Microsoft announced the changing of default domain controller behavior for ldap and ldap signing. See LINK.This affects every supported version of Windows Server (from 2008R2 till 2019). There is another LINK ADV190023 with detailed explanation. I think there should be no discussion to change your domaincontroller to ldap signing only. But what […]

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Lot of customers in small and medium businesses are using CTI Software for calling and connecting their PC with telephone. In most cases the software is connected to active directory and it’s using or maybe adding the SIP attribute to “proxyaddresses” attribute. Sometimes these software copies UPN (userprincipalname), but often this is not the same […]

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Some time ago a customer asked me to create a small powershell script which can read users from text files and add them to special Active Directory groups once a day via scheduled task. The goal is letting some “admin” users change AD groups via text file by adding the SamAccountName to these text files, […]

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