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  • Blog Post: Using Windows PowerShell with Staged Migrations: Part 5

    Summary : Use Windows PowerShell to license users and correct the login ID for Office 365. Note This is a five-part series that includes the following posts: Using Windows PowerShell with Staged Migrations: Part 1 Use Windows PowerShell to add and verify email domains in Office 365. ...
  • Blog Post: PowerTip: Use PowerShell to Get Licensed Users in Office 365

    Summary : Use Windows PowerShell to get a list of users who are licensed in Office 365. How can I get a list of all users that are licensed in Office 365? Use the Get-Msoluser cmdlet from the MSOnline module and filter on the IsLicensed property: Get-Msoluser | Where { $_.Islicensed }
  • Blog Post: Using Windows PowerShell with Staged Migrations: Part 4

    Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to convert mailboxes to mail-enabled users in Office 365. Note This is a five-part series that includes the following posts: Using Windows PowerShell with Staged Migrations: Part 1 Use Windows PowerShell to add and verify email domains in Office 365. ...
  • Blog Post: PowerTip: Provide Alternate Name to Nouns in Module

    Summary : Use Windows PowerShell to provide alternate names to nouns in modules to avoid conflicts. How can I use Windows PowerShell to avoid the problem of having conflicting cmdlet names in different modules? Use the Prefix parameter with Import-Module . Prefix will take whatever letter segment...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell Spotlight: Yeah! It’s the Scripting Games

    Summary : Teresa Wilson, Microsoft PowerShell MVP, introduces the new Scripting Games for 2015. Hello everyone. Teresa Wilson (aka The Scripting Wife) here with this month's PowerShell Spotlight. I am going to spill the beans about the Scripting Games with a little help from Don Jones, Windows...
  • Blog Post: Using Windows PowerShell with Staged Migrations: Part 3

    Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to obtain the status and statistics from staged migrations. Note This is a five-part series that includes the following posts: Using Windows PowerShell with Staged Migrations: Part 1 Use Windows PowerShell to add and verify email domains in Office 365. ...
  • Blog Post: PowerTip: Use Windows PowerShell to Get Migration Statistics

    Summary : Use Windows PowerShell to pull statistics about user migrations. How can I use Windows PowerShell to easily display a report with the time and amount of data transferred with my staged migrations? Use the Get-MigrationUser and Get-MigrationUserStatistics cmdlets and access some key properties...
  • Blog Post: Using Windows PowerShell with Staged Migrations: Part 2

    Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to upload and start staged migrations. Note This is a five-part series that includes the following posts: Using Windows PowerShell with Staged Migrations: Part 1 Use Windows PowerShell to add and verify email domains in Office 365. Using Windows PowerShell...
  • Blog Post: PowerTip: Use PowerShell to Get List of Migration Batches in Office 365

    Summary : Use Windows PowerShell to identify all migration batches and their status in Office 365. Rather than navigating the Office 365 console to check the status of a migration, is there an easy way to do it with Windows PowerShell? To get list of all migration batches in Office 365 and their...
  • Blog Post: Using Windows PowerShell with Staged Migrations: Part 1

    Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to add and verify email domains in Office 365. Note This is a five-part series that includes the following posts: Using Windows PowerShell with Staged Migrations: Part 1 Use Windows PowerShell to add and verify email domains in Office 365. Using Windows...
  • Blog Post: PowerTip: Use PowerShell to List All Domains in Office 365 Subscription

    Summary : Use Windows Powershell and the MSOnline cmdlets to identify all Internet domains attached to an Office 365 subscription. How can I use Windows PowerShell to easily audit an Office 365 subscription for domains that are attached to it? Use the Get-MSolDomain cmdlet, and if you want a list...
  • Blog Post: Weekend Scripter: Welcome to the PowerShell Information Stream

    Summary : Learn about the Windows PowerShell information stream in this guest post by June Blender. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today we have another guest blog post by Honorary Scripting Guy, Windows PowerShell MVP, and Sapien technical evangelist, June Blender. Take it away June...
  • Blog Post: Weekend Scripter: Fun with Number Ranges and PowerShell

    Summary : Use Windows PowerShell to split arrays of numbers into contiguous ranges. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today I have a cool post from guest blogger, Zachary Loeber. Here is a little bit about Zachary: Zachary Loeber is a solution architect with PSC Group. Zachary is...
  • Blog Post: Weekend Scripter: Start PowerShell Scripting for Office 365 Sites

    Summary : Guest blogger, Michael Blumenthal shows how to findWindows PowerShell cmdlets that are available for Office 365 sites . Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today we have a new guest blogger, Michael Blumenthal, who we met in Chicago in May at Microsoft Ignite. Here is a little bit...
  • Blog Post: PowerTip: Use PowerShell to Generate Tenant Site Report

    Summary : Use Windows PowerShell to generate a report about Office 365 tenant sites. How can I use Windows PowerShell to generate a report about my Office 365 tenant sites? Install the SharePoint Online Management Shell and install the cmdlet library for SharePoint Online (provided by MVP, Gary...
  • Blog Post: Weekend Scripter: Understanding Quotation Marks in PowerShell

    Summary : Guest blogger, Don Walker, explores using single and double quotation marks in Windows PowerShell. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Welcome new guest blogger, Don Walker. Don is a coworker of guest blogger, Tim Bolton, and he worked with Tim on a project that Tim blogged about...
  • Blog Post: Using PowerShell Grid View for User Info

    Summary : Learn how to use the Windows PowerShell grid view to display user information in this guest post by Tim Bolton and Don Walker. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Welcome back guest blogger, Tim Bolton ... Hi all, This project was a joint effort with my coworker, Don Walker...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell and the Active Directory Schema: Part 2

    Summary : Guest blogger, Andy Schneider, continues his discussion about extending the Active Directory schema. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Welcome back guest blogger, Andy Schneider , for Part 2 of his series. If you missed yesterday's post, see PowerShell and the Active Directory...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell and the Active Directory Schema: Part 1

    Summary : Guest blogger, Andy Schneider, discusses extending the Active Directory schema. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. We welcome back guest blogger, Andy Schneider . Andy has a two-part blog series that will conclude tomorrow. Andy Schneider is the Identity and Access Management...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell Custom Type Module

    Summary : Create custom types in Windows PowerShell with a free module by Jon Newman. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today we have a guest blogger who was with us in 2011, when he wrote Automate Facebook with a Free PowerShell Module ....
  • Blog Post: Weekend Scripter: Deciphering Windows PowerShell Shorthand

    Summary : Learn how to decipher Windows PowerShell shorthand notation in this guest post written by Tim Warner. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Welcome a new guest blogger today, Timothy Warner. Tim is an author and evangelist for Pluralsight, a premier online IT pro and development training...
  • Blog Post: Using Azure Automation: Part 5

    Summary: Schedule an Azure Automation runbook to get Azure to work for you. Honorary Scripting Guy, Sean Kearney, is here to show you the most importance piece of Azure Automation: the actual scheduling of runbooks to allow you to let Azure do all the automation for you! This is the final post in...
  • Blog Post: PowerTip: Get List of Scheduled Job Results in Azure Automation

    Summary : Use Azure cmdlets to audit for scheduled job results in Azure Automation. How can I use Windows PowerShell to view the results of my scheduled runbooks in Azure Automation? Use the Get-AzureAutomationJob cmdlet from the Azure PowerShell module. For example, to see the results of all jobs...
  • Blog Post: Using Azure Automation: Part 4

    Summary: Learn how to report output from Azure Automation and publish to production. Honorary Scripting Guy, Sean Kearney, is here again to show you more about Azure Automation and to empower you in automating your assets in Azure. This is the fourth post in a five-part series. To catch up, read:...
  • Blog Post: PowerTip: Start Azure Automation Job from PowerShell

    Summary : Use Azure PowerShell cmdlets to launch a remote Azure Automation job. How can I trigger an Azure Automation job from a regular computer? Use the Start-AzureAutomationRunbook cmdlet. For example, to trigger the runbook called HSG-StopAzureVM that is attached to the HSG-AzureAutomation...