Managing Azure Active Directory using PowerShell is a pretty common technique for Office 365 administrators to master. Many scripts to automate administrative processes have been written to leverage the -Msol* cmdlets included in version one of the Azure Active Directory PowerShell module. Version 2 of the module is now generally available, which is good, but be careful because scripts need to be updated before you can use the new module.
More PowerCLI! In part 4 of this multi-part series, find out how to use PSDrives in vSphere PowerCLI
Cmdlets ahoy! In this how-to article, learn how administering SharePoint 2013 using PowerShell can help manage your site collections.
It’s round 3 of our series on managing network adapters with PowerShell! Pick up handy troubleshooting cmdlets in today’s article.
Whip up an Exchange 2010 mailbox storage report using PowerShell with this handy how-to article!
We’re still generating test data! In part two of this series, learn how to send email using Exchange 2010 and PowerShell.
PowerShell 3.0 packs a punch! Discover our five must-have Powershell 3.0 tips.
You know you should make a test environment, right? Learn to create test data for Exchange 2010 using PowerShell in part one of this two-part series.
IT pros need to know that they can reach out and erase a mobile device’s data at a moment’s notice. Learn how to remotely wipe a device using Exchange in this helpful how-to.
You have the power! Manage scheduled tasks in Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 with Powershell in part one of this series.
In Part 1 of this series, Microsoft MVP Jeff Hicks demonstrated how to use a command line utility called where.exe. In the second part of this series, Jeff shows you how to use another command line alternative called Get-FileItem to help you find the files you’re looking for.