I found this tip really useful, maybe you agree! Open explorer Go to the desired directory just click on the directory, enter cmd and press enter! Now you have a cmd session straight into the desired directory!
I was looking for a simple solution for me to export (and import later) my Windows driver. I already knew that Windows 2016 had a Powershell command for that but didn’t knew that it also worked for Windows Server 2012R2 and Windows 10! Use the following command : Export-WindowsDriver -Destination “C:\Drivers\$((Get-WmiObject
Microsoft TechNet site has a great site that enables you to build your own cmdlets using a web drag and drop interface. There is support for : Let’s try Office 365 : You notice the drag and drop interface. First select the verb, for example Get. Click get and the
Use the following Powershell script to connect to Azure Active Directory and Microsoft O365. This enables you to use all the O365 Powershell commands. #Connecting to Exchange Online and Azure Active Directory #This first command will import the Azure Active Directory module into your PowerShell session. Import-Module MSOnline #Capture administrative
In this post I describe how to disable/enable the Clutter function of O365. The clutter feature is self learning and there are not many options you can specify. You can drag messages to and from the Clutter mailbox so that it can learn how to work. But sometimes you want
Use the following steps to delegate (Calender) rights to a specific user. The first step is to specify your (administrator) credentials: $LiveCred = Get-Credential Then create the session: $Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://ps.outlook.com/powershell/ -Credential $LiveCred -Authentication Basic –AllowRedirection Now import the Office 365 session using the following command:
I was looking for a way to identify messages in my Outlook Mailbox and easily delete them. First connect to Office 365 with you (admin) credentials using the LiveCred command. Set the Execution Policy and import the commandlets. Using the next command creates an export of all emails from the
A client wanted to rename a specific account, but they were afraid to change this specific account because it could be used as a service account for several services running on a number of servers. Because I didn’t want to logon to all those servers manually I decided to create