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Author / Joerg Hochwald

A reliable time source within an Active Directory environment (or networks in general) is critical. A prefer an expensive GPS Clock; others don’t care… I decided a while ago that I sync my DCs with an NTP source. Please keep in Mind, that your servers need access to the NTP Servers on the UDP Port […]

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A friend called me today with a urgent question: Why did our Load Balancer shows all Nodes in our AD FS Farm as down? The answer is a bit complicated: AD FS (Active Directory Federation Services) doesn’t answer correct to the bind/probe and therefore, the Load Balancer marks the Server(s) as down. The Problem is […]

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Today I was asked why I comment so much in my samples, and the Gist that I publish here. The answer is very easy: The comments should educate everyone a bit (more)! I know that there are a lot of redundancies and that not every comment makes perfect sense. A lot of the samples are […]

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There are a lot of other functions and tools that could do the same, but most of them raise the bad counter by 2 (one for a bind and the other for the try itself). I wanted a easy to use function that can do the same with just ONE (1) shot.

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/ 2017-02-20 / Comments Off on Download and Install Office 365 PowerShell requirements

Download and Install Office 365 PowerShell requirements

I had a very interesting workshop with administrators and IT guys from a customer (a customer of a partner to be correct). One of the very first questions, like so often, was: Is it possible to install all PowerShell requirements for Office 365 with a single command? The easy answer is: No, it is not… […]

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