Do want to easy test your network connection to Skype for Business Online and Microsoft Teams server from a GUI perspective? This is possible with a tool created by Korneel Bullens and is located in the Network Planner inside FastTrack. The setup is really easy and the outcome is very clear.
Microsoft has created four new roles specifically for admins responsible for Microsoft Teams. Roles give people in your organization permission to do specific tasks in the Microsoft 365 admin center.
This new admin roles are now available to assign in your Microsoft 365 admin center or by using PowerShell.
For many years PowerShell was a Windows-only thing that was part of the closed Windows ecosystem. Now a days PowerShell is open source up at https://github.com/PowerShell with lots of docs and scripts, also open source.
PowerShell is supported on Windows, Mac, and a half-dozen Linux distros.
While running PowerShell on your RaspberryPi is still experimental and only supported for Raspbian Stretch it’s running pretty smoothly.
Microsoft recently released the Powershell Cmdlets (still in beta), which gives you the opportunity to manage Microsoft Teams by Powershell.
To get started you wil first need to install the Microsoft Teams Powershell module. You can do this by using the following command:
Install-Module -Name MicrosoftTeams
After installing the module we need to set up a connection to your Office 365 tenant, using the following command:
When you are finished you can use the following command to shut down the connection:
In the next blog i will explain how to use the other commands to manage your Teams.
I’m currently working for a company where I have to set up a web proxy to connect my laptop to the Internet. Because I’m a little bit lazy to enable/disable this every morning when i come in, or when i open my laptop at home, i use these two oneliners in powershell:
set-itemproperty 'HKCU:\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings' -name ProxyEnable -value 1
set-itemproperty 'HKCU:\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings' -name ProxyEnable -value 0
I also created a simple menu script with all the options to Enable, Disable, Set and Show. You can download the script from Technet Gallery
If you have any questions or suggestions, please let me now 🙂