PowerShell was publically released to the public in 2006 and since then is experiencing a growing interest among the Microsoft World Community IT Pros. The main reason for this success is that it empowers administrators due to its ease of use and powerful scripting capabilities.
Using SharePoint documents library can be quite challenging sometimes. Especially when it comes down to following what is going on. For that there are a few tricks that can be used in order to know what are the new documents published or modified.
Lync Online was released in 2010. Since end of 2013 you can access nice reports in the interface. However they are a little bit limited and not very flexible. Here is the list of reports you can find in UI:
Once again it was with great pleasure that I have attended to some session presented by Jeffrey Snover and Don Jones, two of my favorite PowerShell influencers. The room was packed with IT Pros and developers, ready to hear the latest announcements about PowerShell along with some tips and tricks from these two experts.
Today I was trying to connect to an Exchange 2013 server using remote PowerShell, and I had this strange error come up:
This article will show you how to enable remote WMI access for a domain user account on Exchange or SharePoint.
The "Bring Your Own Device" Trend (BYOD) has been making significant contributions to the enterprise for quite a few years now. About 44% of developed markets have already adopted their own devices at work!
Dealing with PowerShell remotely can cause many headaches when it comes to troubleshooting issues. Therefore, I have gathered the "best" PowerShell errors I have encountered so far in which the error messages returned are not always very meaningful...