Category Archives: Office 365

Bulk Updating On-Premise Active Directory Users’ Attributes for Office 365 Batch Migration Using PowerShell.

In this environment, the on premise Active Directory DNS name is different from the email address public DNS name. An alternate UPN Suffix that matches the public email address DNS name has already been configured for the on premise AD … Continue reading

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Configuring Coexistence between Legacy On Premise Public Folders and Office 365 Hybrid Configuration.

I’ve completed configuring Office 365 Hybrid Configuration with an on premise Exchange 2010 SP3 deployment. I’m in the process of migrating users’ mailboxes to Office 365 cloud in batches. At the same time, I’ve been doing some research and testing … Continue reading

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PowerShell Script to Bulk Update UPN (UserPrincipalName) Suffix in a Single Non-Routable Domain.

As part of the Office 365 Configuration and migration project, we’ve had to define and create an alternate upn (UserPrincipalName) suffix for an internal Active Directory domain that is not publicly routable. Updating the upn for every user in the … Continue reading

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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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Configuring AD Group Filtering with Microsoft Azure AD Connect Tool.

Microsoft has finally introduced Active Directory group filtering with the release of Azure AD Connect. The one tool to replace AADSync and include ADFS functionality.In this post, I will outline my steps for setting up AAD Connect with Single sign-on, … Continue reading

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Configuring Hybrid Configuration on Exchange Server 2010 SP3 for Migration to Office 365 (Exchange Online).

We’ve decided to initiate the migration to Office 365. For now, the plan is to start a phased migration of a third of all mailboxes to Exchange online. This will give us a chance to run an on-premise and cloud … Continue reading

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Generate Office 365 User License Report with PowerShell.

As we continue expanding our Office 365 deployment from OfficeProPlus to include Exchange Online and Archiving, it’s become increasingly necessary to reconcile and report on current AD Synced and cloud users with their specific subscription and licenses quickly and efficiently. … Continue reading

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