Extending Remote Desktop Services via PowerShell – Part 3

(Post courtesy Manoj Ravikumar Nair, who you can follow on his excellent blog at http://www.powershell.ms) Previous Post: Extending Remote Desktop Services via PowerShell – Part 2 Configuring Remote Desktop Connection Broker Now that we have our two RD Session Hosts Servers (COLFAX and FUJI) and our Web Access Server (FUJI) up and running properly, let’s…


Extending Remote Desktop Services via PowerShell – Part 2

(Post courtesy Manoj Ravikumar Nair, who you can follow on his excellent blog at http://www.powershell.ms) Previous Post: Extending Remote Desktop Services via PowerShell – Part 1 Configuring Remote Desktop Session Host Server using RDS Provider for PowerShell If you have installed the RD Session Host Role via PowerShell, the first thing you will note is…


Extending Remote Desktop Services using PowerShell

(Post courtesy Manoj Ravikumar Nair, who you can follow on his excellent blog at http://www.powershell.ms) What? Are you kidding me? I never knew we could automate Remote Desktop Services using PowerShell. But, yes we can. You can almost automate everything within your Remote Desktop Services Infrastructure using Windows PowerShell. So the burning question is, when…


Set Up a Shared Mailbox in Office 365

(Post courtesy Himankini Shah) A shared mailbox is a mailbox that multiple users can open to read and send e-mail messages. Shared mailboxes allow a group of users to view and send e-mail from a common mailbox. They also allow users to share a common calendar, so they can schedule and view vacation time or…

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Single Seat Administration of Exchange 2010 using PowerShell Implicit Remoting

(Post courtesy Manoj Ravikumar Nair) Do you have an Exchange 2010 infrastructure setup in your environment for your messaging needs? Do you want to manage your Exchange 2010 from a Client PC or any other server? The most common answer to this question would be a ‘YES’ followed by the installation of the Exchange Management…

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