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  • Blog Post: Customizing the AD FS Sign-in Pages–with PowerShell

    In Windows Server 2012 R2, administrators can customize the overall look and feel of the AD FS web pages using a set of PowerShell scripts.  Default look and feel The administrator can: Change the company name Change the company logo Change the illustration on the left Add a Help Desk, Home, and...
  • Blog Post: Extending Remote Desktop Services using PowerShell – Part 7

    (Post courtesy Manoj Ravikumar Nair , who you can follow on his excellent blog at http://www.powershell.ms ) Previous Post: Extending Remote Desktop Services using PowerShell – Part 6 Using Best Practice Analyzer for Remote Desktop Services To use the Best Practice Analyzer for Remote Desktop Services...
  • Blog Post: Extending Remote Desktop Services using PowerShell – Part 5

    (Post courtesy Manoj Ravikumar Nair , who you can follow on his excellent blog at http://www.powershell.ms ) Previous Post: Extending Remote Desktop Services via PowerShell – Part 4 Configuring Remote Desktop Gateway Now that we have our RDS Farm setup, let’s extend our RDS Farm over the internet by...
  • Blog Post: Office 365 PowerShell Series

    For Partners only, we have a series of 3 training videos that have just been released to the Partner Learning Center . Office 365: PowerShell Series Part 1 - Introduction to PowerShell Automation is the key to efficiency. Microsoft Windows PowerShell ® provides a more powerful method of accessing the...
  • Blog Post: Extending Remote Desktop Services using PowerShell – Part 6

    (Post courtesy Manoj Ravikumar Nair , who you can follow on his excellent blog at http://www.powershell.ms ) Previous Post: Extending Remote Desktop Services using PowerShell – Part 5 Network Load Balancing Farm Members: To avoid problems with stale DNS entries, you might decide to implement NLB or Network...
  • Blog Post: Use PowerShell to Create a Windows Azure VM With SQL Server BI and SharePoint 2013

    A lot of acronyms in the title there, but if you are the type of person that might want to use PowerShell to create a Windows Azure VM with SQL Server BI and SharePoint 2013… you know what VM and SQL and BI mean ;) Over on MSDN, there are some great resources to enable you to quickly set up the BI stack...
  • Blog Post: OWA Cross-Site Silent Redirection in Exchange 2010 SP2

    (Post courtesy of Krishan Kant Mehta ) It wasn’t too long ago when we were celebrating the release of Exchange Server 2010 SP1. Now, high on the hog, we have Exchange Server 2010 SP2, with pretty interesting set of new features and enhancements including the much awaited Address Book Policies feature...
  • Blog Post: Extending Remote Desktop Services via PowerShell – Part 4

    (Post courtesy Manoj Ravikumar Nair , who you can follow on his excellent blog at http://www.powershell.ms ) Previous Post: Extending Remote Desktop Services via PowerShell – Part 3 Configuring a RDS Farm using PowerShell So far, we have installed two RD Session Host Servers, added some RemoteApps, configured...
  • Blog Post: Extending Remote Desktop Services using PowerShell

    (Post courtesy Manoj Ravikumar Nair , who you can follow on his excellent blog at http://www.powershell.ms ) What? Are you kidding me? I never knew we could automate Remote Desktop Services using PowerShell. But, yes we can. You can almost automate everything within your Remote Desktop Services Infrastructure...
  • Blog Post: Set Up a Shared Mailbox in Office 365

    (Post courtesy Himankini Shah ) A shared mailbox is a mailbox that multiple users can open to read and send e-mail messages. Shared mailboxes allow a group of users to view and send e-mail from a common mailbox. They also allow users to share a common calendar, so they can schedule and view vacation...
  • Blog Post: Configuring SharePoint 2013 Search with PowerShell

    Post courtesy Partner Solution Consultant Priyo Lahiri: I wrote this script for a demo during our Practice Accelerater for SharePoint 2013 . If you have attended the session you have already seen this in action. If not, here is the script for you to try out in your lab. Disclaimer: before we proceed...
  • Blog Post: Single Seat Administration of Exchange 2010 using PowerShell Implicit Remoting

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  • Blog Post: Extending Remote Desktop Services via PowerShell – Part 3

    (Post courtesy Manoj Ravikumar Nair , who you can follow on his excellent blog at http://www.powershell.ms ) Previous Post: Extending Remote Desktop Services via PowerShell – Part 2 Configuring Remote Desktop Connection Broker Now that we have our two RD Session Hosts Servers (COLFAX and FUJI) and our...
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    (Post courtesy Manoj Ravikumar Nair , who you can follow on his excellent blog at http://www.powershell.ms ) Previous Post: Extending Remote Desktop Services via PowerShell – Part 1 Configuring Remote Desktop Session Host Server using RDS Provider for PowerShell If you have installed the RD Session Host...