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Create a Real Time Interactive Dashboard for Office 365 Using PowerShell Universal Dashboard

Create a Real Time Interactive Dashboard for Office 365 Using PowerShell Universal Dashboard

If you have never heard of PowerShell Universal Dashboard you need to head on over to PoshUD right now and check out this awesome PowerShell Module. Using PowerShell Core, Material Design, ReactJS and ASP.NET Core, Universal Dashboard takes advantage of cutting-edge technology to provide cross-platform, cross-device dashboards that looks sleek and modern.1

While reading over some other posts about what other people have done with PowerShell Universal Dashboard, I wondered if there was a way to create a interactive dashboard that would hook into Office 365 and gather data from it. At first, I attempted to create a dashboard … Continue...

Auto License Office 365 Migration Users Prior to Completing the Migration

Auto License Office 365 Migration Users Prior to Completing the Migration

When doing a migration to Office 365, one of the final steps prior to “flipping” the user in the migration batches, is to make sure to properly license them so once they flip they get an Exchange Online mailbox. One of the issues you will come across is you will have more users in Office 365 than you are migrating. This is very common because some users may not need Exchange services but may need other Office 365 offerings such as OneDrive, SharePoint, etc. This also happens when you use ADConnect to sync on-premise Active Directory users to Office 365 … Continue...

Email Users If Their Active Directory Password is set to Expire Soon

Email Users If Their Active Directory Password is set to Expire Soon

In this article I will show you how PowerShell can automatically send an e-mail notification to end users when their Active Directory password is set to expire soon. I looked over several other similar scripts on TechNet but ended up writing one from scratch to incorporate several features I needed, as well as improve on the overall script flow.

Some of the requirements I needed to meet were as follows:

  1. Get users email addresses from the Email Address value in Active Directory, if it’s empty look at the default address in the proxyaddresses attribute
  2. Send E-mail to users with passwords
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