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O365

Quit letting Microsoft Teams run wild, PowerShell to the rescue.

Remember Office 365 Groups release? Everyone was opted in, exchange and SharePoint policies were just tossed out the window to get you hooked on that new Office 365 feature? How many of you found hundred or thousands groups existed all… Continue Reading →

Implement Site Classifications

Microsoft has recently started to officially state that the best practice for O365 tenants is to have a flat hierarchy by sticking to site collections rather than a single site collection with sub sites. If you have administered SharePoint for… Continue Reading →

Create SGUM file for ShareGate

If you use ShareGate to do migrations one of the things you will notice is that you need to have a specific xml file called an SGUM file. The file maps the O365 users UPN to on-premise AD users login… Continue Reading →

Flow Templates Null Values

The tools that Microsoft supplies often have templates to show us what can be done. Take SharePoint as example, early on Microsoft released the Fabulous 40, which turned out to be a mess for migrations since admins began using the… Continue Reading →

Microsoft releases PowerShell cmdlets for Teams.

Microsoft released new cmdlets for management of Teams back in November 2017, this can be found here: https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/MicrosoftTeams/0.9.0 .  Then released another build in December 2017 found here https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/MicrosoftTeams/0.9.1  .  Based on the Office 365 roadmap, as of February 2018, Microsoft reports… Continue Reading →

Cloud Maturity Model

Hello. I started my Docker series back in the fall and have been working on some content for Part Three. I ended up taking a bit of a detour, though, having had the pleasure of participating in a few other… Continue Reading →

O365 Updates of Note 11-13-2017

New Feature: Idle Session Timeout Preview Available in SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business Idle Session Timeout Preview is currently available, and it allows you to configure a maximum timespan at which inactive SharePoint Online or OneDrive for Business sessions… Continue Reading →

Email Enabled Library replacement

As you probably know, email enabled document libraries are not supported in SharePoint Online (SPOL). I have at least a couple of clients asking how to do this in SPOL and, until recently, the story was not very pleasant since… Continue Reading →

Interactive PoSH Scripts, against best practice on purpose

As I read it, the best practice for PowerShell is NOT to use write-host in your scripts and I acknowledge that statement. That being said, PowerShell is used for many purposes and sometimes there is a valid reason to utilize… Continue Reading →

SharePoint PoSH PNP hits the high notes

SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP) for PowerShell are a set of modules and commands that help to automate certain processes that are regularly part of most consulting engagements such as turning off features or creating new site collections. The Patterns… Continue Reading →

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