Denver based PowerShell user group

User groups are a fantastic way to meet up with people that share similar interests. We have setup consistent meeting times/location for the Denver based User Group to discuss PowerShell. While there are many User Groups on many topics, this one is focused on PowerShell. The Denver PowerShellers Group currently uses the meetup.com website. There…

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No more OffCAT

If you didn’t see the news on the Exchange team blog site, OffCAT (Office Configuration Analyzer Tool) is being replaced by the Microsoft Support and Recovery Assistant for Office 365 (SaRA) tool which is available at the diagnostics site. Additional information on the blog post. You won’t be able to download OffCAT any longer after…

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Controlling bandwidth in a DAG reseed

Q: Is there a way to control bandwidth within a DAG (Database Availability Group) during a reseed process? A: No. However, that’s not the complete story. The question comes up when engineers need to reseed a database (DB). And while there is no native option to control bandwidth, there is a work around. Scenario: One…

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Exchange Server important dates

Just a reminder, Exchange Server 2010 and 2013 versions have some important dates coming up: Exchange Server 2010 support will end on January 14, 2020 Exchange Server 2013 has now entered extended support on April 10, 2018 The Exchange team blog site has additional information listed for Exchange Server 2010 and for Exchange Server 2013 support…

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Exchange 2010 and Windows 2016 DC’s

Q: Can you run Exchange Server 2010 with Windows Server 2016 Domain Controllers? A: NO. YES! Update, June 18, 2018: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/exchange/2018/06/19/released-june-2018-quarterly-exchange-updates/ The Exchange Team Blog post has posted an update and the Exchange supportability matrix has also been updated. With Exchange Server 2010, SP3, RU22 installed, you can now run Windows Sever 2016 Domain Controllers in…

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Microsoft Tech Talks – Azure Identity: Who Am I in the Cloud

In this session, we’ll be discussing various topics and concepts about identities within Microsoft cloud solutions. Considerations of: Single Sign On vs. Same Sign On. Using methods such as: OAuth vs. DAuth, TLS vs. SSL and ever looming deadlines. The new Hybrid Modern Authentication process in O365, and preview options of Azure Active Directory (AAD)…

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