Tag Archives: PowerShell

Office 365, setting mailbox permissions

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While looking for a method to migrate Office 365 mail i have notices that quite a few blogs copy/paste information without actually testing the procedure. $AdminUser = berrydejager $UserCredential = Get-Credential $Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://outlook.office365.com/powershell-liveid/ -Credential $UserCredential -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection Import-PSSession $Session $MBXS = Get-Recipient -RecipientType UserMailbox… Read more »

XenApp in search of unsupported client names

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XenApp can choke on client names which contain client names which contains weird characters (according to Citrix). The result can be that the search functionality, within Citrix AppCenter, doesnt come up with any users. The other manifestation of the problem can occur in the ‘Servers’-node in the farm seems to… Read more »

Using PowerShell 3.0 in conjunction to PowerGUI 3.5

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My favourite editor for PowerShell script is definitely PowerGUI from Quest Software, Inc. This editor is very intuitive and gives you a good overview on the PowerShell environment and extensive debugging features. Recently i needed to create a script to use with AppV 5.0, which is based on PowerShell 3.0. PowerGUI has an extensive support for PowerShell 2.0 and… Read more »