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Microsoft Teams PowerShell Gets a Face Lift! (November 2018)

One big problem for Teams admins in the past has been the lack of PowerShell cmdlets available for Microsoft Teams. Well, you no longer have to suffer in silence because Microsoft has finally released some updates for the Microsoft Teams Cmdlet module. With update 0.9.5  you can now perform “most” of the administrative operations available […]

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Skype for Business Online – Enabling MFA for PowerShell Sessions

Back in April 2017, Microsoft announced the release of support for Modern Authentication for the Skype for Business Online PowerShell Module. Adding Modern Authentication introduces new scenarios where multi-factor authentication (MFA) can be used for authenticating remote PowerShell sessions out to Skype for Business Online. Using MFA for authentication for PowerShell sessions provides another layer […]

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SharePoint Modern Experience Preparation

I thought it would be good idea to cover a new task I took on recently. SharePoint modern experience is a cool new end user experience update. With this new modern experience, we inherit a responsive SharePoint site, slick features and webparts that will cover your business use cases. And if not, SharePoint Framework has […]

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Azure Service Bus: ARM, Xplat-CLI, PowerShell, Portals and SDK

I’ve been working with the Azure Service Bus quite a bit lately and have discovered some catches to working with it. These aren’t technology catches, but rather related to the SDK and tooling support surrounding the Azure Service Bus features. Even though Azure Service Bus has been around almost since the beginning, for years, it […]

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Deploy Azure Web App using ARM Template from Visual Studio 2015

Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is the new set of APIs for deploying and managing Microsoft Azure services. A previous article in this series defines what Azure Resource Manager (ARM) means for Developers, IT Pros and DevOps. This article will dive into the details of using Azure Resource Manager, ARM Templates, Visual Studio 2015, and the Azure SDK to […]

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Introduction to Azure Resource Manager

Microsoft is in the process of transitioning the Microsoft Azure tools over to using the new Azure Resource Manager (ARM) model for managing Azure resources. On the surface this looks to be merely a change in the API’s and tools. While this is mostly true, it’s a shift that offers a more streamlined approach to […]

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Office 365 – Why PowerShell Version Matters

Just a quick post today on a topic that is loosely related to Office 365 but certainly can be important… It’s no secret that a good part of the management within Office 365 is done via PowerShell. Whether you’re writing the scripts yourself or downloading scripts from the “PowerShell for Office 365” site, you’re going […]

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Script For Generating Mailbox Test Data Over A Period Of Time

Just a quick but helpful script today for generating mailbox test data. While there are other scripts available that can send test emails to populate a mailbox, in some instances you need those emails to be spread out over a span of time. If you want to test out archiving, retention policies, OST caching or […]

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Azure Automation – Announcing Native Powershell Support

Last week, Microsoft announced native support for Powershell in Azure Automation. From the Azure blog – If you’re familiar with the Azure Automation service, you know it’s a wonderful tool for reliably automating all the manual, long-running, error-prone, and frequently repeated tasks needed to keep your IT infrastructure in the cloud and on-premises up and […]

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Azure: Did you know? PowerShell Automation

PowerShell has existed within Windows for some time now, providing much superior scripting / automation abilities than the old command line. Although, you can use the Azure Xplat CLI from the command line on Windows, Linux or Mac, the Azure PowerShell cmdlets provide a better environment to create, test, deploy and manage your Azure solutions […]

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Azure Active Directory Reporting APIs Now Available

One of the most common things we hear from our clients is their need to automatically access security related reports from Azure AD. With last week’s announcement from Microsoft about AAD Reporting APIs Public Preview, we now have that capability. Azure AD already has a robust set of activity, security and audit reports, with some […]

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Office 365 – How To Update Your Azure AD PowerShell Module

In my post “How to Stay Informed of Changes“, I covered some of the different information sources I use to keep track of changes in Office 365. Something I’ve since added to that list is the version release history page for the Azure Active Directory PowerShell Module. The page has an RSS feed which you […]

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PowerShell Deployment to SharePoint Online

In my last blog post about DevOps for SharePoint Online the process I presented relied a lot upon scripted deployment to SharePoint Online (O365). I wanted to expand upon that a little and explain in a little more detail about how Perficient is using PowerShell to manage our deployments for our Development, QA and Production […]

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Webinar Recap: What to Know When Migrating to Microsoft Exchange

On Tuesday, we teamed up with Binary Tree, Microsoft’s 2014 Messaging Partner of the Year, for a webinar on Best Practices & Solutions For Migrating to Microsoft Exchange. The session delved into Office 365, common challenges when migrating to Exchange, along with an example of a customer who recently migrated to Exchange Online with the […]

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DevOps for SharePoint Online (Office 365)

With the rapidly evolving migration to the cloud SharePoint teams are faced with a new challenge: How do we develop and deploy for SharePoint Online? If your feet have been firmly planted with on-premises development for SharePoint it can be a little daunting trying to move your process to the cloud. Where and how should […]

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Migration to Office 365 from GroupWise

Many users are migrating to the Office 365 platform and a good portion of those are migrating from GroupWise.  I  recently had the opportunity to migrate a client from GroupWise to Office 365 and wanted to leverage PowerShell.  There are several good reasons for this: There are limited reports available from GroupWise and they never […]

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