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PowerShell and Outlook - Part 1

This is the first of (another) series of articles covering PowerShell alongside another technology. In this case it is Microsoft Outlook.

I’ve scripted Outlook using a variety of technologies over the years,  so it only seems right to add PowerShell to the toolbox. 496 more words


Certificate :- Test Website SSL Protocols

Certificate :- Test Website SSL Protocols

NOTE: This turned out to be a long post.

The “S” in HTTPS:\\ means that the site has security and is supposed to be secure.   1,887 more words


Dynamics CRM: Adding custom attributes to Entities and access them from PowerShell

I want to add a couple of new custom attributes to the Account and Contact entities. I want the attributes to start with a prefix of “tlk”. 423 more words


Why VS Code Increases my Productivity

Last week I was showing a co-worker some PowerShell code and he asked what the editor was that I was using. Visual Studio Code I said. 359 more words


Export SQL User Permissions to T-SQL script using PowerShell and dbatools

There are times when DBA’s are required to export database user permissions to a file. This may be for a number of reasons. Maybe for DR purposes, for auditing, for transfer to another database or instance. 985 more words


Office365 Manage Azure Directory User using Powershell Scripts

Remove user from Office365 Azure Directory

PS C:\Windows\System32> Connect-Msolservice

PS C:\Windows\System32> remove-Msoluser -UserPrincipalName <user-name>@<domain-name>.<com>


Continue with this operation?

[Y] Yes  [N] No  [S] Suspend  [?] Help (default is “Y”): Y


Testing SQL Server Access to a share with PowerShell using dbatools

A good security practice is to backup our SQL Servers to a network share but not allow users to be able to browse the share. How can we ensure that our SQL Server has access or test it if it has been set up by someone else? 849 more words