Teams Cache Cleaner Try this one last time... Start PowerShell as Admin and run: Set-ExecutionPolicy -ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned -Scope Processtaskkill /IM teams.exe /F /TGet-ChildItem -Path ([System.Environment]:...
Following on from this post: Office 365 Migrations - What happens to Outlook Meetings with embedded Teams URLs? - Nero Blanco We developed a tool to strip out Teams info from Calendar invites, so that new Teams info co...
Where does the default Teams email go? When you first create a Microsoft Team it allocates an email address for the Team. That email address is built by the Display Name (with spaces and special characters remove...
When is the right time to cut over your MX in a Migration? This is a question that is often posed to us, particularly when migrating from Lotus Notes and Domino to Office 365
When writing scripts in PowerShell we often need to do a lookup in another dataset. Of course one way is to use an external tool like Excel with VLOOKUP or SQL Server with its joins and produce a data set that can be used in PowerShell without any lookups, but sometimes this just isn’t practical. […]
When you first create a Microsoft Team it allocates an email address for the Team, but… if you send an email to this address, where does it go? Initially I thought I had read it was delivered into the General Channel, but that is wrong, and any emails I sent never arrived.
When you create a meeting in Outlook and choose a Microsoft Teams meeting from the ribbon, the body of the meeting is automatically populated with the Teams meeting details. Something like this: SUMMARY During a migration none of these details are updated/edited/replaced by any vendor I have asked. FIX Have all Chairpersons update their meetings […]
I was working with a client recently who had various Active Directory replication issues. They had a multi-domain forest in Windows Server 2008 R2 functional levels. Now the two fundamental errors were DNS zones duplicated between the domains (including the zones used by the subdomains) Network firewalls between the domain controllers One big call out […]
Given the growth of Microsoft Office 365, tenant-to-tenant migrations were inevitable and have become more and more frequent.
Tenant-to-tenant migrations have essentially become the new Exchange and AD migrations we all know and love from the last 15 years.
If an Office 365 tenant-to-tenant migration is on your horizon then you are going to have to rely on good planning, 3rd party tools, manual tools and IT Consulting Services from trusted professionals, and that’s where Nero Blanco comes in.
We hear about identity theft and protection all the time in IT. For Office 365 there are number of things you can do to help protect your organisation The flagship approach from Microsoft is Microsoft 365, which is a suite of products that together work in harmony. However harmony and simplicity does cost… Microsoft 365 […]
Azure is a great service for hosting virtual machines, however sometimes VMs get into trouble and aren’t able to boot… Then you find yourself longing for a keyboard and screen connected directly or via Hyper-V or ESX. Alas don’t despair there are two options that may help! Serial Console Within the Azure Portal there is […]
Resolved an issue logging in first time to an Azure machine that had been cloned from a hardened base image.
As the title says there is a little known ‘feature’ in SharePoint. Basically SharePoint has no licence associated with it. Any users created in your Azure AD will have access to SharePoint as along as the SharePoint permissions allow it. So if you use the All Users excluding Guests then even an unlicensed user in […]
There are many reasons why you may want to do this but probably the most likely is the “Leaver” scenario. A common way of dealing with leavers is to simply convert their Mailbox to a Shared Mailbox and then terminate the user account. (Sometimes, but not very often these days, it is exported to a […]
Every now and then you receive an email with a URL in it that makes you pause and think. Maybe it’s from a colleague or a friend, and almost looks legit, but something is telling you it might not be. Maybe you are doing your own research on a subject matter that may lead you […]