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This post covers PST Migration to Office 365 (O365) using the O365 import feature that is still in preview. As with all my videos\posts this is not a studio production and thing do go wrong and we work through them. Post Covers steps and video of a demo PST Migration, enjoy!!

Pre-Migration
Migration
Post Migration

PSTImport

 

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This is another script in my toolbox, I have tweaked it a little to look pretty and work in other environment.  The script is used to update certificates on the ADFS server and to update the ADFS signing certificate on Office 365 Federated domains. It’s not in any way a perfect script but gets the work done. Download script here

20151025 - AFDSCertUpdate1

 

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The article covers storing credential ‘securely’ to be used later in a PowerShell script. It involves export credential into a xml file and importing that credential when need to authenticate.

I used the store credential process to customize an existing script, this method can be used anywhere where a PowerShell script needs a credential.


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One of numerous videos in my Two-Click (2C) series

2C YouTube Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLURKD77y7MK9f3vrr7SnQE_1L2QjzdMUM
Other 2C Article: http://hazelnest.com/blog/blog/tag/2c/
Other PowerShell Article: http://hazelnest.com/blog/blog/tag/PowerShell/

Thought i should start sharing some tools in my little tool box, this is my Exchange Start-Services script.

In my Lab at home the Virtual Machines are running minimal specs so i am always encountering issues with automatic Exchange services not starting at boot up so i came up a little script to solve that issue. The script can be manipulated to be used for any service or services.

Just 4 lines of ‘code’ and that’s it, script can be  run 30 minutes after server bootup as a scheduled task or on demand. Download script here

Syntax:

.\StartServices.ps1

Breakdown of script below

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