As I mentioned in my previous post, I’ve been trudging towards migrating the 60 or so tools, modules, and scripts I published on the now-retired TechNet Gallery over to the PowerShell Gallery.
I want to make sure I migrate the things that people find most useful–so far, I’m about halfway and wanted to do a quick check-in:
PowerShell Gallery | Packages matching atguilmette
Let me know what tools you’re looking for and I’ll prioritize getting those up!… [ Continue reading ]
Not a week goes by where I don’t get asked a question about eDiscovery or retention of data in the Office 365 (or Microsoft 365 platform). We’ll mainly focus on mailbox questions here, though a lot of the concepts apply to SharePoint content as well.… [ Continue reading ]
I posted a really non-technical thing a few days ago about a walking or pitch deck for myself on LinkedIn, and I got flooded with personal messages about it (both LinkedIn and email). I thought I’d break down what I think makes a good deck, how to build one, and some examples of other great decks that can help you hone yours.… [ Continue reading ]
As many of you know, I recently published a Power Automate book that focuses on beginner concepts. I wanted to go ahead and make a small sample of that available.
Here, you can find a fun chapter to connect Power Automate and Forms!… [ Continue reading ]
While writing my last post, I uncovered a problem on one of my lab machines:
WARNING: Unable to download from URI ‘https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=627338&clcid=0x409’ to ”.
WARNING: Unable to download the list of available providers.
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As you’ve possibly seen in a previous post from a few years back, I wrote a tool specifically to identify a gap in our IDFix tool (namely, the inability to identify which objects were duplicates across one or more forests).… [ Continue reading ]
I get asked this question quite frequently–usually by customers who want to continue using their existing on-premises antispam or antimalware gateway or want to attempt to implement a defense-in-depth strategy.
The graph and intelligence behind Exchange Online Protection (EOP) processes at least half a trillion (500,000,000,000) messages a month–the AI behind it is continually monitoring and learning what is spam and what is not. … [ Continue reading ]
While working on a cross-tenant issue with a customer, I had the requirement minimize the number of non-delivery reports sent to external users. I suggested the best way to do this might be a catch-all mailbox.… [ Continue reading ]
Here’s a quick one for today–I wanted to upgrade the Check External IP function that I have in my PS Profile and expand it to be able to use more than one provider. It uses dyndns.com… [ Continue reading ]
Like many folks, when I’ve purchased a PC for personal use and gotten to the point where I want to reinstall Windows, I look on the physical case somewhere for the glittery and reflective OEM label that has the Windows key printed on it.… [ Continue reading ]
Since we had announced the retirement of the TechNet gallery last year, I’ve been slowly moving my scripts to the PowerShell gallery. I haven’t posted any new scripts in a couple of months and wrote a new one today. … [ Continue reading ]
A peer of mine today asked if it was possible to review the log of the Managed Folder Assistant, and, if it was, how to find the last time it ran.
As it turns out, you can! … [ Continue reading ]
Now that we’ve configured the nuts and bolts of a connected organization, catalog, and access package, let’s take a look at the user experience!… [ Continue reading ]
Recently, I had a customer ask how to help enable their Office 365 tenants to collaborate more easily. Currently, the problem they face is generating invitations to an ever-growing and ever-changing list of recipients across tenants. … [ Continue reading ]
Happy New Year, everyone!
I’m super excited to be part of of my publisher’s #NewYearNewSkills initiative. If you’ve been curious about how to get software to help you do less of the less important stuff so you can do more of the more important stuff but weren’t sure where to start, my book “Workflow Automation with Microsoft Power Automate” is a great place to start! … [ Continue reading ]
This week I wanted to do something a little bit fun. You’ve probably seen scripts that keep your mouse moving so your machine doesn’t go to sleep…
But have you ever seen one with PowerShell?
Yes, with the
[System.Windows.Forms.Cursor]… [ Continue reading ]
Kind of excited to see the stats counter on my blog roll over this week, topping 1 million visits in the past year and a half since migrating from the TechNet blog platform!
Thank you for joining me! … [ Continue reading ]
A few weeks ago, while helping a customer configure Exchange Hybrid for Teams, we ran into this interesting error:
As I’ve stated previously, interesting in the context of both technology troubleshooting and doctor’s visits is rarely something you want to hear.… [ Continue reading ]
This week, while helping a customer onboard to Azure AD Connect, we ran into an interesting error:
Azure Service Connectivity Failed, Unable to proceed
The on-premises synchronization service is not able to connect to Azure Active Directory.… [ Continue reading ]