Tag Archives: Active Directory Attribute

On-prem to Office 365 Migration: PowerShell Script Collection

Connect to Azure Active Directory PowerShell without Password Prompt #Use Case: Log on to Office 365 tenant without typing credentials. $User=”Raihan@tenant.onmicrosoft.com” $Password=ConvertTo-SecureString -String “MyPassword” -AsPlainText -Force $O365CREDS= New-Object –TypeName “System.Management.Automation.PSCredential” –ArgumentList $User, $Password #$O365CREDS = Get-Credential -Username Raihan@tenant.OnMicrosoft.Com $SESSION = … Continue reading

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Why you should not use yourdomain.local domain?

Microsoft recommended use of .local domain when Microsoft released Microsoft Small Business Server. Microsoft also understood that an SBS customer may not have in house expertise to manage Active Directory Domain and Exchange Server. Microsoft understood that SBS user will … Continue reading

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Microsoft Active Directory Best Practice Part II

I have written Active Directory Best Practice last year. I received huge feedback on this article. Recently I had to deal with an Active Directory disaster. I believe time is perfect to write part II on this same topics and … Continue reading

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Microsoft Active Directory—Best Practice

In this article, I am writing an overview of Microsoft Active Directory. You might be thinking; well you know everything on Active Directory. I would recommend you to go through this article and revisit your own Active Directory infrastructure. You … Continue reading

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Optimizing Microsoft Active Directory FSMO roles

There are five Active Directory Flexible Single-Master (FSMO) roles in the domain and forest. The Active Directory Installation Wizard defines five FSMO roles: schema master, domain master, RID master, PDC emulator, and infrastructure. The schema master and domain naming master … Continue reading

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