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The Adventure Continues … Azure AD Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) with AD Writeback

The Adventure Continues … Azure AD Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) with AD Writeback

Welcome (back) to Part 3 in my series about the modern Microsoft productivity platform. The previous two posts are here: As you all know, password resets are a pretty costly and time-consuming endeavor for your users and your helpdesk folks, ... continue reading
Azure Cloud Shell Tips for SysAdmins: Part III - Using Azure CLI

Azure Cloud Shell Tips for SysAdmins: Part III – Using Azure CLI

As an Azure Advocate, one of the things I spend my time doing is learning the easiest ways for beginners to use Microsoft Azure. Today I want to share with you a few ways to utilize some tools that are ... continue reading
How to Manage DHCP using PowerShell

How to Manage DHCP using PowerShell

Most organizations are already going to have DHCP deployed on their servers. If you have a new server on which you want to deploy DHCP, just run the PowerShell command: Install-WindowsFeature DHCP -IncludeManagementTools Once you’ve installed a DHCP server on ... continue reading
How to Migrate Active Directory from Windows Server 2012 R2 to 2019

How to Migrate Active Directory from Windows Server 2012 R2 to 2019

Windows Server 2019 was available for public (GA) from early October 2018. In past I have written many articles about domain migrations by covering different Active Directory versions. So, it is time me to write about AD 2019 migrations. In ... continue reading
Clean up Domain Controller DNS Records with Powershell

Clean up Domain Controller DNS Records with Powershell

Summary: Using Windows PowerShell to remove Stale / Dead Domain Controller records. Q: Hey, Doctor Scripto! How can I quickly clean up all my dead Domain Controller’s DNS records? A: That’s a great question. The good Doctor also knows the ... continue reading

Advancing Microsoft Azure reliability

Reliance on cloud services continues to grow for industries, organizations, and people around the world. So now more than ever it is important that you can trust that the cloud solutions you rely on are secure, compliant with global standards ... continue reading
Screenshot showing how to create a web app in the Azure Stack portal

Azure Stack IaaS – part ten

This blog is co-authored by Andrew Westgarth, Senior Program Manager, Azure Stack Journey to PaaS One of the best things about running your VMs in Azure or Azure Stack is you can begin to modernize around your virtual machines (VMs) ... continue reading

Ask Me Anything – “Network” with teams from Azure Networking!

Which 3rd party devices are supported for connecting to Azure VPN Gateway? Can I connect to multiple sites from the same virtual network? Ask these questions and more during the next Ask Me Anything (AMA) session via Twitter on Tuesday, ... continue reading
Screenshot of the administrator view when downloading marketplace items into Azure Stack

Azure Stack IaaS – part nine

This blog was co-authored by Aparna Vishwanathan, Senior Program Manager, Azure Stack and Tiberiu Radu, Senior Program Manager, Azure Stack. Build on the success of others Before we built Azure Stack, our program manager team called a lot of customers ... continue reading
Step-By-Step: Creating a SQL Server Always On Availability Group

Step-By-Step: Creating a SQL Server Always On Availability Group

One of the most requested features in SQL, from as far back as SQL 2012, has been Always On Availability Groups. This takes disaster recovery and high availability to a new level by enabling multiple copies of the database to ... continue reading