Monthly Archives: November 2015

Create a UPN Suffix using PowerShell for Office 365 Migration.

In preparation for Office 365 migration, we had to match the current on premise users’ logon name (UserPrincipalName) with their email addresses to eliminate any user confusion and ease the outlook authentication process .As an example, The on premise logon … Continue reading

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Raising Active Directory Forest and Domain Functional Levels Using PowerShell.

As part of the infrastructure clean up and upgrade plans, we have decided to raise the DFL and FFL of our domain to take advantage of new Windows Server features. The first step in the process is making sure all … Continue reading

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Simple PowerShell Script displays Total and Available Memory .

This script is an update to a previous post. In addition to displaying total and available disk space, it will also show the available memory at any given time for a server within a domain infrastructure. It has come in … Continue reading

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