Join Jenna Lyday (Microsoft Online Services PM responsible for e-mail Migration) on Thursday, 1/28/2010 for the third webinar in our migration series. In this webinar, Jenna will demonstrate how to use Windows PowerShell commands to:
If you like managing your environment from the command line, or scripting common administrative tasks, don’t miss this week’s webinar.
Date: Thursday, January 28th Start time: 11: AM Pacific Standard Time (UTC – 8 hrs) Duration: 1 hour
Click here to view the recording of this webinar. Download the PowerPoint slides from the attachment link below. Click the links to download the 32 bit and 64 bit version of the Migration tool, which contains these PowerShell cmdlets.
For detailed information and examples of how to use these PowerShell commandlets, see the Migration Cmdlet Reference.
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Is there a possibility to get the webinar?
Yes. We'll post a link to the video and a download of the PowerPoint deck on Monday. I'll update this blog post with the URL at that time.
When are these latest cmdlets going to be fully rolled out into Production BPOS in North America and EMEA so that we can begin calling them?
Do I have to register to see the video and the PowerPoint deck?
Can you post the URL to the recorded webinar when you have a moment?
I've updated the post with a link to the video and added the deck to this post as a download.
Thank you for the deck, but I can't find the link to the video. Now I'm also registered for this Blog. Thank you for you assistance.
The link to the video is the Click Here link in the post above. BTW, I just updated the post with links to the 32 bit and 64 bit versions of the Migration Tools which contains these commandlets.
John, I wanted to let you know that the cmdlets were just released. I updated this post with links to download the migration tool from the download center.
We've run into multiple issues creating users via PowerShell and BPOS support has been less-than-helpful with informing us what the proper procedure is. At first they said "Of course you can use PowerShell without directory sync!" Later they amended that to say "Well, you can't *add* or *enable* users without Directory Sync!"
Now they're telling us that the users we created *could* be deleted the next time BPOS is updated to a new version. (But, they added, Microsoft "probably won't delete them".)
I love the new PowerShell tools...but without solid support (or really, full integration into BPOS) they're causing a great deal of headache.