The last year i have been using demos.microsoft.com to create Office 365 demo tenants for workshops and speaker sessions. The page have recently gotten a huge facelift/upgrade, so i thought i woudl give you a short overview. If you go to My Environments you now have two choices. Create a Tenant or Virtual Machine. We … Continue reading Microsoft Demo Environment
My name is Adam Bertram and Alexander Holmeset has so graciously allowed me to guest post on his blog about a new service I've started that offers free, how-to content for tech professionals. OK, here's the pitch: We're geeks, right? We love tinkering with tech and figuring out better ways to solve problems. How cool … Continue reading Guest post: Share and learn with TechSnips.
Just recently what i used to confirm if a Office 365 Group was Teams enabled or not was this one-liner: Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -Identity TestGroup -IncludeOldestAndNewestItems -FolderScope ConversationHistory | Select-Object FolderType If there was a conversation history foldertype of TeamChat, the group was Teams enabled. I got a question from one of my blog readers if there … Continue reading Is Office 365 Groups pre-prepared for Teams?
After a discussion on Twitter, someone asked if there was a way to determine if the Skype for Business installation on your computer was MSI or C2R. The tricky part was that he needed to find this out without having a Microsoft Office installed on the computer. Had Office been installed, you could check if … Continue reading Do i have MSI or C2R Skype for Business?
Created a short script that creates new Point Sharp ID users automaticaly. You can set that to create a user in PointSharp ID the user need to be a member of a specific group. When user is added to that AD group, the user is automaticaly created in PointSharp ID and password information is sent … Continue reading Automatic creation of PointSharp ID users.
Trying to teach myself what PowerShell replacements there are for well known CMD commands. I have always used IPConfig, even in PowerShell out of old habit. What commandlet you can use in PowerShell is Get-NetIPAddress. Heres Microsofts description: Example of output: Here is a one liner for finding your computers DHCP address:
Short but useful script to set forwarding email address for every user in your Office 365 tenant. Can be useful for example if a company have been acquired, and the new owners want them to use theire email domain. Forwarding can then be a good temporary/quick fix to catching all emails to the old domain.