If you are are synchronising Active Directory identies with Office 365, there are occasions where an AD account will not match the 365 account. If this occurs, the sync will create a new unlicenced user in Office 365. This short article details the process that can help to resolve these issues in some instances. Continue reading “Office 365 – Resolving Identity Sync Problems”
A PST Migration is one of the four possible methods of migrating your Exchange infrastructure into Office 365. There are a couple of steps involved, but it is relatively simple, and I detail them here in the order that I find the most straight-forward. Continue reading “Office 365 – Performing a PST Migration”
Creating an Office 365 Tennant is a bit pointless if no one can use the services. In this post, I will detail the process for adding users and licencing users with PowerShell. The best part about this process is that it can be used for a single user, or a list of users. Continue reading “Office 365 – Adding Users and Assigning Licences With PowerShell”
Like many MSP’s, my work uses a Remote Management and Monitoring (RMM) tool to monitor, catalogue and access client systems. The one we use is Kaseya.
I found out recently that Kaseya has a REST API that allows you to get information
and run certain tasks against one or more computers. The last time I needed to pull
some data from Kaseya I decided to skip the built-in reporting UI and learn how to use PowerShell to work with the API instead. Continue reading “Querying the Kaseya REST API With PowerShell”
A couple of months ago, I was skimming through the WMI/CIM classes that are installed on Dell servers if you use their OMSA (Open Managed Server Administrator) software. If you’re not familiar, CIM stands for Common Information Model and is a standardised way of representing information about a system, used on most platforms.
OMSA adds a lot of useful information to the CIM data Continue reading “Using PowerShell To Get Physical Disk Info On A Dell Server”
Recently it was necessary for me to catalogue some printer details accross a number of servers. The requested information was the printer’s name, driver, port IP address and the server name. I was able to write a PowerShell script fairly quickly for this and then run it against multiple computers with the help of Invoke-Command. I’ll break it down here. Continue reading “Get Printer Details From Multiple Servers”