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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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/ 2017-02-09 / Comments Off on PowerShell: Azure Active Directory (AAD) Connect tooling

PowerShell: Azure Active Directory (AAD) Connect tooling

During a customer workshop, we developed a few neat AAD Connect tools. Here are some of them, they could be the base for your own tools: If you see nothing above, your computer might blocked the Gist content. You might then want to take a look here (the real source). With Azure Active Directory (AAD) […]

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Is it possible to use ADFS Authentication with a Microsoft Exchange 2016 Server? Sure! A customer asked me that question a few days ago; they have mailboxes on premises and on Exchange Online. ADFS cloud to provide a great way to bring the same login experience to both. Here are two GIST Files that configured […]

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/ 2016-12-07 / Comments Off on Make ADFS Work with Windows 10 and Edge

Make ADFS Work with Windows 10 and Edge

During a Windows 10 Pilot a customer told me, that on Windows 10 Systems the ADFS didn’t work as expected when they use EDGE. Intranet Users with EDGE get the regular SSO Page like every external user. With a few tweaks, I could solve that and now the Single-Sign-On via ADFS works like on Internet […]

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