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.
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?