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The Microsoft Skype for Business Client first tries direct connection for the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) traffic. After it gets time-out, the client will use a proxy proxy server, id exists. This could causes noticeable delays when you sign in the client, especially if the client tries to connect to Skype for Business Online. Microsoft […]

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Exchange Server

Microsoft announced that they deprecated the support for the SmartScreen Antispam content filters for Exchange Servers. This script uninstall the old and retired SmartScreen Antispam Agents from the local Exchange Server. There are known issues with the SmartScreen AntiSpam content filters if you run Exchange 2016 on Windows Server 2016. So removing them might be […]

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By default the Active Directory related commands search for a best domain controller. This is great, but by default, I want them to make use of the closest one. And when I do bulk operations, I even want to do that on the server who have the PDC role. Some might find that useful as […]

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I use PowerShell Web Access a lot while commuting and traveling. That comes handy, because I don’t need a working VPN and with an App (comes free from Sapien) even triggering some long-running scripts from the iPad out of a Hotel room as no longer a pain. And it doesn’t use a lot of data. […]

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Public Domain

I’m a big fan of Munki (pronounced monkey, /ˈmʌŋki/, m ah nk ee, or Mung – KEY) an open-source project started by Walt Disney Animation Studios to deploy software and packages to Mac OS X and MacOS based clients. It is written mostly in Python, and it provides a nice way to enforce software installation […]

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