Publish Your Home Internet Connection IP Address Using Azure Blobs- Part 2

This is part 2 of a hack to publish your Home Internet Connection IP Address to Azure. Please check part 1 of the article here https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/meamcs/2018/12/23/publish-your-home-internet-connection-ip-address-using-azure-blobs-part-1/ Scenario Ever wanted to be able to access your home server while your on the go, but you don’t know its IP Address ? Or maybe it changed ?…


Field Notes: The case of accidentally misconfigured Failover Cluster CSV cache

Introduction In this post, I take you through a process of troubleshooting high pool usage using free tools available in the Windows Sysinternals suite and the Windows Performance Toolkit (WPT).  I also show you how to resolve the issue by properly configuring the Cluster Shared Volume (CSV) cache using PowerShell command-lets available in the Failover…


RSAT on Windows 10 1809 in Disconnected Environments

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Migrate-EOPSettings now does ATP!

ATP! ATP! At long last, I’ve made a first pass at updating the Migrate-EOPSettings script to now include settings for Advanced Threat Protection.  I’ve had several customers moving their instances from commercial EOP to Office 365 GCC, and while my Migrate EOP script would capture just about everything, it came to my attention that we…


(Cloud) Tip of the Day: What’s new in PowerShell in Azure Cloud Shell

Today’s tip… At Microsoft Ignite 2018, PowerShell in Azure Cloud Shell became generally available Azure Cloud Shell is available through the Azure portal, the stand-alone experience, Azure documentation, the Azure Mobile App, and the Azure Account Extension for Visual Studio Code. Improvements: Faster start-up: At the beginning of PowerShell in Cloud Shell’s public preview, the…


Resetting WMI repository – dos and dont’s

Today’s topic: Resetting WMI Repository dos and dont’s Some people like Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) because of its power – some just hate it. The ones who hate it often claim that the WMI repository is not really reliable and often gets corrupt / unusable. Even though this may happen – it’s not a usual scenario. Anyhow -…


シナリオ別にみる EWS での OAuth 利用方法

すでに Exchange Team Blog や Office 365 管理センターのメッセージ センターでご確認いただいている方も多いと存じますが、Exchange Online の EWS (Exchange Web サービス) では 2020 年 10 月 13 日をもって基本認証のサポートが終了します。 そのため、基本認証で EWS を使用して Exchange Online へ接続している既存のアプリケーションや PowerShell スクリプトは、何らかの対策を行う必要があります。 これを機に Microsoft Graph へ移行することも 1 つの方法ではありますが、既存のコード資産を有効に活用するのであれば OAuth を利用するように修正することも有効です。 今回はすでに EWS アプリケーションを開発した経験のある方に向けて、3 つのシナリオで OAuth を使用した EWS 接続を行う方法を紹介します。 はじめに OAuth を使用するにあたり、クライアントがネイティブ アプリなのか Web アプリなのかを意識する必要があります。 PowerShell スクリプトや Windows…


How To Find Removable AppxPackages

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Configuring a PowerShell DSC Web Pull Server to use SQL Database

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