From time to time, I run into environments where things are configured in “non-standard” ways. Granted, we don’t have a lot of specificity or documentation around some attribute configurations because the default configuration has been tested by the people who created the software and works in almost every conceivable situation. … [ Continue reading ]
A few months ago, I developed a script/tool to use for a rather large customer divesting from an Office 365 Dedicated environment. As part of the exit, they wanted a contact object in their GAL for every user, contact, and distribution list that existed in the source Office 365 environment.… [ Continue reading ]
For those of you that have embarked upon the trek to Office 365, you’ve undoubtedly run (or at least heard of) IDFix. It detects and fixes a number of conditions that will cause the directory sync to report errors.
Today, I want to focus on a tool I wrote for a customer almost 2 years ago that addresses conditions not yet identified or remedied by IDFix. … [ Continue reading ]