Tag / PowerShell

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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Exchange Server

Microsoft Released Cumulative Update 6 (KB4012108) for Exchange 2016 today. This Cumulative Update contains the following: Sent Items Behavior Control (My Favorite Feature) Original Folder Item Recovery (Many waited for that a while now) Latest time zone updates (Matching the may 2017 updates) TLS 1.2 Exchange Support Update (I like that a lot!) Download: Exchange […]

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I want to transfer more and more logic away from Group Policies towards Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC). There are several reasons why i think that DSC is much better than my old (and complex) group policy constructs, but the main reason (at least for me): I can manage DSC clients that are domain […]

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Simple Tool that bulk imports or removes user pictures, based on AD Group Membership. If a user is in both groups, the picture will be removed! Idea based on my old tool to import Active Directory pictures. They are a bit to tiny, so I use Exchange now to make them look better in Exchange […]

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Today I had a chat with a customer about the Windows PowerShell Web Access. I told him, that the Web-based access could be very useful, at least sometimes, and not just a gimmick. I told him to read this TechNet article: Install and Use Windows PowerShell Web Access. The article is great, but instead of […]

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