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.
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?