DKIM will be more and more important in the future for authenticating legitimate e-mails. For this reason, I like to enable DKIM for all my domains in Office 365 tenants where DKIM is really easy to enable.
In Exchange Online console we can find DKIM under Protection -DKIM where we can usually see the option “Enable”. Read the rest
On the 22nd of October a new version of SharePoint Server was released, called SharePoint 2019. Since this version has roots in SharePoint Online, it’s new features are similar to the ones we already know from the cloud.
What’s New in SharePoint 2019
As we already mentioned, SharePoint 2019 is a section of the code used in SharePoint Online. Read the rest
A PowerShell workflow is a sequence of predefined linked steps/activities, which lead to a desired result. The advantages of a using a workflow instead of a regular script is the possibility of running tasks on multiple systems at the same time. Read the rest
In the previous articles about connecting SharePoint 2016/2019 and ADFS Server (part 1, part 2 and part 3) we mostly discussed the procedure for configuring the servers in order to successfully authenticate with them. In this article, I would like to highlight 2 problems that can arise when turning on the trusted identity provider authentication. Read the rest
Previously, I described what needs to be done on the ADFS Server to successfully authenticate SharePoint Server. In this article, I will describe the process of configuring SharePoint Server.
To successfully establish a trust between our ADFS Server and SharePoint Server, we must import the certificate that ADFS uses to sign authentication tokens to our SharePoint Server. Read the rest
In my previous articles I described how to use PowerShell to manage various Office 365 services. But we sometimes also need to plan our scripts to run on a schedule. In this scenario, a problem is encountered – how can we safely store passwords for administrative accounts and run scripts with the help of Task Scheduler. Read the rest
In my previous article I wrote about connecting to and managing Exchange Online. In this article, I will finally write about my specialty – SharePoint and SharePoint Online. As usual, SharePoint is a bit of a story of its own when it comes to Office and Server products. Read the rest
In the previous article, we took a look at how we can use PowerShell to connect to Skype for Business Online. In this article, we will continue with connecting and managing other services in the Microsoft cloud. Namely, we will be talking about Exchange Online. Read the rest
In the previous article of this series, I described how to prepare our environment with all the necessary software needed to connect to Office 365. We installed the following software:
- Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant
- Azure Active Directory Connect
- Azure Active Directory PowerShell
After successfully installing, we connected to the cloud services using the following command:
Connect-MsolService -Credential (Get-Credential)
After that, we ran a few more commands to confirm that the PowerShell commands are being ran and executed. Read the rest
In this article, we will use PowerShell to tinker around in Outlook (joking aside, until you are sure what the code you are planning to execute in Outlook actually does, use a test account or at least run the code line-by-line in debugging mode and check what happens. Read the rest