Administrating Microsoft Teams have become relatively easier after the PowerShell model was updated to 0.9.6. But have in mind, its still in beta. There were many basic settings that you only months ago had to do trough GUI or Graph API. I have compared all the cmdlets in the Teams PowerShell module with how you … Continue reading Teams module or Graph API?
I have written a script that uses Graph API and PowerShell to extract the messages and replies in every channel in a Microsoft Teams team. In these GDPR days, I would do some research on what's allowed in your country regarding data storage, before thinking about using this with real-world data. You can see an … Continue reading Archive Teams channel conversations automatically!
I have always liked to help others. Years ago i got a tip from a instructor at a IT course i was attending that Twitter was a great way to consume IT news. I started following a couple of people, and quickly saw how they interacted with others and assisted with problems others were having. … Continue reading My journey on becoming a MVP!
While sitting here in Norway waiting for the winter season to fully start, i look back at my trip to Singapore about a month ago, where i had two session at PowerShell Conference Asia. After my first days of exploring and meeting up with some of the other speakers in Singapore, i ended up with … Continue reading My trip to Singapore and PowerShell Conference Asia.
If you haven't heard about Microsoft Graph API lately, you have probably been living outside of civilization. Graph API is Microsoft's master communication service that connects and handles data between almost any Azure or Microsoft 365 service in the background. If you are already used to PowerShell and modules, the toolkits you use to work … Continue reading Getting started with Graph API and PowerShell
Now you can use the Graph API to get a list of all the teams in Microsoft Teams. Before you had to rely on the exchange module to get a good answer, but that did not last long as Microsoft started to prepare all Office 365 Groups for Teams. I have written av short script … Continue reading Find all Teams teams using Graph API and PowerShell!
Here are my step-by-step notes and experience from when I moved a Pexip environment to its own video domain seperate from Skype for Business. Before this I had moved the customers Skype for Business hybrid deployment to Online only. Before moving Skype to the cloud, the federation goes trough the Skype Edge. After moving to … Continue reading Pexip: Step-by-Step guide on your way to the cloud
A scenario I have worked with lately, and think is very common: Skype for Business on-premises/hybrid and Pexip on the same network. Then the customer wants to move Skype for Business to online/O365 only. What do we need to think about before doing a move like this, having the Pexip system in mind? No trusted … Continue reading Pexip: Moving to Skype Online and separate video domain.
This is more like a checklist/preperation for me ahead of me going to Microsoft Ignite in Orlando later this year. As it is my first time going to a huge conference like this, i thought maybe it would be interesting for other first timers to read how i prepare. I will also on my way … Continue reading My preparation for Microsoft Ignite.
Today a customer had created a new AD account for a user because the old AD account kept becomming locked. The new AD account already had gotten synced to Office 365 and gotten a new mailbox. Customer wondered how he could move the mailbox over to the new account, and again give the new account … Continue reading Recover softdeleted mailbox to new account.