Changes Brought By Modern Media

When I was a kid growing up I recall the Sunday paper. Every Sunday-and for our family only on Sunday- we would stop by a grocery store or gas station to by the Sunday edition of our local news paper.  It was a tradition, or perhaps simply a routine, where my parents would learn about…

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Microsoft Online UserCheck Tool: Getting a Cloud User Data Snapshot

About a year and a half ago I published a script on the TechNet script gallery which uses the Microsoft Online PowerShell cmdlets to present information about the user and the online tenant. The script is MSOLTenantDetails.ps1 and was primarily intended for Microsoft Cloud global administrators to get a solid idea about the configuration of…

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No Matter Where You Go, There You Are: Retrieving Data from Active Directory

One of the more common things IT Pros who work with Active Directory need to do is actually view or collect information from AD. That is true for AD administrators, application or service administrators, security specialists-pretty much any role in an environment where Active Directory is the store for user identities. The related roles which…

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Viewing and Purging Cached Kerberos Tickets

Kerberos is one of the more complicated technologies we deal with at Microsoft support. It is complex and can be utilized in highly customized ways between clients and servers which adds to the difficulty in troubleshooting. Application specific implementations are commonly unique in ways which aren’t documented well.  An additional part which makes troubleshooting Kerberos…

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Getting A Handle on Server Network Logon Statistics

Windows servers can run into situations where it may be mighty handy to get a better understanding of what computers are connecting to a server for services.  What does “connecting to a server for services” mean? Consider the Exchange server scenario. For this scenario let’s postulate that the client is a Windows Outlook client connecting…

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