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Posted on June 5, 2014, by Todd, under Technology.
In a previous post on Using PowerShell to Get a List of Groups from Active Directory, I showed you how to get a list of groups and export it to a CSV file. Now that we’ve done that, I’ll show you how to use that data to feed another set of commands where you can edit the groups. If you work with Address Book Segregation or new Address Lists in Office 365, you’ll need to do this at some point so that the data populates.
Posted on May 28, 2014, by Todd, under Technology.
I’ve been busy the past bit manipulating my QA environment to better match the production environment. One of the things I’ve needed to do was pull a list of Active Directory (AD) groups from certain Organizational Units (OUs) and put them into a CSV file where I can then use it to do things like change the email domain, descriptions, etc.
Posted on May 2, 2014, by Todd, under Technology.
Ever work on windows 8 or 8.1 and find the modern apps won’t start?
Yesterday I tried opening my modern apps and all I’d get is a black screen then bomb back to the start screen.
Posted on May 1, 2014, by Todd, under Technology.
Posted on April 29, 2014, by Todd, under Technology.
Be aware of a security issue for Internet Explorer 6 to 11.
The full information about the bug from Microsoft can be found here. Note there is no fix for Windows XP. If you are still running it, get off it. Until a fix is released, there are mitigation strategies you can apply.
Posted on April 16, 2014, by Todd, under Technology.
I’ve had a Polycom CX600 sitting on my desk for a few months now. It’s been acting up in that it was unable to connect to the Lync server. I figured it needed an update but wasn’t sure how to update these devices.
Posted on September 2, 2013, by Todd, under Technology.
Posted on August 30, 2013, by Todd, under Technology.
I’ve been spending most of my summer in what I like to affectionately call “Email Hell”. We moved 80,000 student mailboxes from Live@Edu to Office 365. We implemented Active Directory Synchronization and implemented a non-standard ADFS deployment to provide better service to BYOD laptops then you would get with a standard ADFS deployment. I’ll post about this on its own post. It’s a deep solution will probably be two posts.
Posted on July 10, 2013, by Todd, under Technology.
So as many people know, I carry a Windows Phone among the many mobile devices I carry. Its an HTC 8X, and before that I had a Samsung Focus. I like the phone, works good for many things, but one of its drawbacks is its apps selection. One of the last major missing applications is Instagram. I use Instagram daily. I was surprised a couple of weeks back when my CIO posted a picture to Instagram of a tall ship. He carries a Samsung ATIV so I was wondering how he did that (cause he loves the phone and couldn’t see him carrying an android or iPhone) and he told me he used an application called Instance. Off to the Windows Phone Store I went looking for the application.
Posted on June 5, 2013, by Todd, under Technology.
If you have deployed Office 365 or are planning to and are looking to publish your ADFS to external users, for example, workers from a remote location like Starbucks or for mobile devices then you have a couple of choices.