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Step-By-Step: Migrating Active Directory Certificate Service From Windows Server 2008 R2 to 2019

Step-By-Step: Migrating Active Directory Certificate Service From Windows Server 2008 R2 to 2019

Windows Server 2008 R2 achieved end of support via Microsoft on January 14th 2020. In a previous post, steps were detailed on Active Directory Certificate Service migration from 2008 R2 to 2019 but required the new Windows Server 2019 server ... continue reading
An Overview of How to Deploy HoloLens 2

An Overview of How to Deploy HoloLens 2

HoloLens 2, just like its predecessor, is a powerful Windows 10 device that operates handsfree and immerses its users into the world of Mixed Reality. Now the HoloLens is not all fun and games (although RoboRaid is a blast!) as ... continue reading
OPS101: Securing your Hybrid environment - Part 1 - Azure Security Center

OPS101: Securing your Hybrid environment – Part 1 – Azure Security Center

Now more than ever, organizations are challenged with keeping their employees productive working remotely and interacting with their customers over digital channels. At the same time there has been an increase in evolving digital security threats as bad actors recognize ... continue reading
OPS103: Securing your Hybrid environment - Part 2 - Azure Sentinel

OPS103: Securing your Hybrid environment – Part 2 – Azure Sentinel

Anthony sits down with Sarah Young, Sr. Program Manager for all things Security related, to discuss use of Azure Sentinel on a hybrid environment. The pair discuss how log analytics is ingested, reviewed, reported on and how attacks are remediated ... continue reading
The Syntax Difference Between Python and PowerShell

The Syntax Difference Between Python and PowerShell

During MS Ignite 2020, I was surprised to learn of a growing debate that system administrators are starting to become increasing vocal on..."Which scripting language is better? Python or PowerShell?" Having only dabbled in both, I am not an authority ... continue reading
How to Manage Microsoft Teams via PowerShell

How to Manage Microsoft Teams via PowerShell

Microsoft Teams usage has increased greatly during the current pandemic.  All types of organizations are using the communications tool to stay connected with its employees and customers alike.  The increase of use has also resulted in an increase of demand ... continue reading
PowerShell Basics: How to Delete Microsoft Teams Cache for All Users

PowerShell Basics: How to Delete Microsoft Teams Cache for All Users

Sometimes there is a need to delete Microsoft Teams cache to quicken the adoption of an in-band policy change or simply troubleshoot an issue. The challenge here is that the cache for Microsoft Teams is in multiple directories. This can ... continue reading

PowerShell Basics: How to check if MFA is enabled in Azure and Office 365

Security governance has been top of mind for most since the onslaught of human malware has the masses working from home. This comes with new concerns surrounding identity protection and actually proving that remote users are who they say they ... continue reading
Applying AI to save lives: How A Team at Microsoft made Drones Self Aware

Applying AI to save lives: How A Team at Microsoft made Drones Self Aware

One of the more memorable proof of concepts I participated in was alongside Salt Spring Island, BC based startup InDro Robotics. This drone operating outfit reached out to our to explore how they could better enable their drones for search ... continue reading

PowerShell Basics: How to Upload Files to Azure Storage

In recent days there has been a push to move our team's in-person presentations online. In some cases we've been asked to record our presentations. Storage has quickly become an issue and so I have been investigating ways to transfer ... continue reading