Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365, Powershell Automation

Chrome Extension via Win32App in Intune

If you use Azure AD as identity provider for your webbased third party applications, you might want to consider use the Google Chrome extension called “Windows 10 Accounts”. This extension provide the complete single sign on experience for applications that use Azure Activery Directory based identities. I will provide an instruction on how to deploy […]

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Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365

Windows 10 AutoPilot Tips & Tricks

Windows 10 AutoPilot is a magnificent piece of software to deploy your Windows 10 machines. I have deployed multiple customers and I will share some tips & tricks. We used Microsoft Intune, soon to be Microsoft Endpoint Manager, stand alone to do so. If you are new to Windows 10 Autopilot and just want to […]

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Posted in: Microsoft 365, Powershell Automation

Set Calendar Permissions based on folder type

If you have ever migrated an Exchange Server or have been an administrator of a large Exchange environment this may soundsfamiliar. When you want to change the default permissions of the calendar of a roommailbox this folder is often in multiple languages. This depends on multiple factors, examples are: “Calendar, Agenda & Kalender”. This often […]

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Posted in: Azure, Microsoft 365

ADFS versus PTA

In this blog I will talk about ADFS(Active Directory Federation Services) and PTA (Passthrough Authentication). This is my personal opinion about when to use these SSO (Single Sign On) methods. Let’s first discuss the techniques used here. I will give a basic description of both techniques as I would deploy them. ADFS ADFS is around […]

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Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365, Powershell Automation

Microsoft Intune Daily Configuration Backup

This blog is about creating a backup for your Intune Configuration with a 90 day retention. This way you could go back in time if you have a lot of configuration changes. Sometimes there are a lot of Sysadmins making changes in the configuration without proper documentation. This way you can just look at the […]

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Posted in: Microsoft 365, Powershell Automation

Office 365 License check + notification script

I think we all have had a moment where we wanted to create a new user account but the licenses for Office 365 had run out. Our Sysadmins asked me to write a script which would send an e-mail if the licenses almost would run out. I would run the script from a management server […]

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Posted in: Microsoft 365, Powershell Automation

Exchange Online Set Copy Items Send via Azure Runbook

This blog is about automating setting “Copy items sent” and “Copy items sent on behalf ” for Shared Mailboxes in Exchange Online. If Shared Mailboxes are created manually, It could be that these are settings are forgotten. If you forgot to set these settings it could have a high impact on users. I am talking […]

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Posted in: Microsoft 365, Powershell Automation

Migrate UserProfiles from FileServer to OneDrive

I would like to share my migration method for moving UserProfiles from a FileServer to OneDrive in Office 365. The migrationtool ShareGate is used for this migration. ShareGate is really powerful tool to move your data from a FileServer (Shared data & User Profiles) to Office 365 (SharePoint Online/Onedrive). There are 6 steps involved in this migration. […]

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