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Category: Tutorials

Working with dates in PowerShell: Tips and tricks

In writing your PowerShell scripts, you will sometimes find it necessary to reference a specific day or year. Here’s some…

Managing AWS EC2 virtual machines in Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager

Amazon has simplified VM management by extending EC2 management capabilities to Microsoft’s System Center Virtual Machine Manager. Here’s how to…

Using Azure Resource Manager functions to save time building ARM templates

Building ARM templates using ARM functions can help you save time and use your Azure resources and solutions in a…

Configuring Microsoft’s updated email encryption — again

Microsoft’s new Azure Information Protection makes email encryption easier for users, but setting it up means some work for admins.…

Step-by-step guide: Exploring three ways to deploy your ARM templates

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to get information to create ARM templates and how to deploy the files using…

Managing multiple Azure diagnostic settings using Azure CLI instead of PowerShell

You may sometimes face a challenge using PowerShell to configure multiple Azure diagnostic settings. Here’s an alternative method that should…

Step-by-step guide: Configuring Azure Automation Hybrid Worker

Microsoft Azure’s Hybrid Runbook Worker makes it possible to automate resources in your on-premises datacenter or cloud. Here are the…

One hour to better security: How to leverage Azure MFA to secure an existing VPN solution

Deploying a VPN solution that leverages Azure MFA provides an added layer of security and helps ensure that remote users…

Exchange Services disabled? Here’s how to turn them back on

Here’s an all-too-common situation. You suddenly find your Exchange Services disabled. Get them up and running again quickly with PowerShell.

Sending encrypted messages with Exchange Online and Azure Information Protection

Companies are looking for ways to minimize risks associated with the stiff penalties for non-adherence of GDPR. Let’s look at…