Yes, these seems like a silly feature to add (since you can just do a single identity from the haveibeenpwned.com website, buuuuuuuttttttttttt…..), I wanted to showcase the script’s versatility while at a customer, so I added this one on the fly today.… [ Continue reading ]
This is just a quick update–if you’ve been using my Get-UserHoldPolicies script to check out the holds applied to your mailboxes, I’ve updated it to include the DelayHoldApplied property.
A Delay Hold is applied whenever a hold is removed from a mailbox (as in, the mailbox is excluded from an inherited policy or manually removed from an explicitly included policy), and stays in effect for 30 days. … [ Continue reading ]
Right before sending a customer the link for the tool, I decided to test it and noticed that I encountered an unexpected credential prompt. I updated the parameter name, and then added a new feature as well–a test to see if your tenant has the correct licensing to enable Password writeback. … [ Continue reading ]
This update comes from a user–it’s a pretty simple one.
I posted the script Remove-ProxyAddresses back in 2017 after writing a blog post on the same topic. In my script, I had covered Mailboxes, MailUsers, and Contacts. I did not, however, include RemoteMailboxes, as my original thinking was “if you moved it there, you already got rid of the bad proxies.”… [ Continue reading ]
While troubleshooting an issue for a peer today running the Exchange Hybrid Configuration Wizard, I suspected that the environment might have an authenticated proxy in the way. So, I dug out some code I used in the AAD Connect Network Test for Invoke-WebRequest.… [ Continue reading ]
I hadn’t touched this one in a while, but a recent request from a customer had me checking in on it. I tidied it up (no one likes people staring at their dirty laundry), and updated the scripting to be more efficient. … [ Continue reading ]
Every so often, I check in to make sure I’m keeping the AAD Connect Network Test Tool as fresh as I can. I’ve made a few changes to the way it works (hopefully which you all think is for the better). … [ Continue reading ]
Every now and then, I get a ahead of myself. I’ve updated a typo in the script on the gallery, a vestige of when I updated the script to use server-side filtering. The bug revealed itself when you did not use the -Domain parameter.… [ Continue reading ]
Who knew you’d need an update to a tool meant to delete things?
After working with a partner today and an out-of-control email application spamming user mailboxes, we decided an update was necessary. Outlook became unusable with several hundred thousand messages in Deleted Items. … [ Continue reading ]