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Managing your users’ cached credentials with PowerShell

Cached credentials make life easier for end-users, but it could be an admin’s worst nightmare. Take control and regulate credentials…

6 days ago

How to use a time zone different than UTC in your Azure runbooks

Evaluating time values because of different time zones in an Azure runbook script is not as easy as you may…

1 week ago

Control your business data: Managing the unmanaged mobile devices

Can we allow companies to control their business data while allowing employees to access that data on their personal mobile…

3 weeks ago

Using tags with Azure runbook automation to control your costs

Here’s a script designed to start and stop virtual machines based on tags associated at the resource group level. It…

3 weeks ago

Getting started with Visual Studio Code and integrating with Azure DevOps

Coding may not be the No. 1 job duty for cloud admins, but it is often a part of the…

4 weeks ago

Migrating and configuring Hyper-V passthrough disks

Believe it or not, Hyper-V virtual machines can be configured to use a dedicated physical hard disk, which is referred…

4 weeks ago

Cut costs and kick back: Use Azure automation accounts for VM utilization

Using Azure automation accounts to start and stop your VMs may just save you enough time to kick back, relax,…

4 weeks ago

Check mailbox auditing status in Exchange Online with PowerShell

Office 365 Exchange Online admins must ensure all mailboxes created in Office 365 have auditing enabled. Here’s how to check…

4 weeks ago

Recovering Microsoft Teams messages: A step-by-step guide

Recovering Microsoft Teams messages isn’t impossible, but it is a process — a long and manual process. Here’s how to…

1 month ago

Using the new Azure PowerShell Az module in automation runbooks

Az module is the new Azure module for PowerShell. Here’s what you have to know about this new feature when…

1 month ago