I ran into an issue where one of my Exchange scripts didn't work, "a parameter could not be found that matches the parameter..." Strange error because the parameter is there... Or is it? In this blog post, I will show you how Get-ManagementRole works in Exchange and how it can help you with issues like this.
I have a lot of Windows Services on my Windows 11 laptop, mainly from Microsoft itself or third-party, but Microsoft signed are safe(r). In this blog post, I will show you how you can scan your system for non-Microsoft signed Windows Services and create a report on those.
There are a few PowerShell EventLogs and some files containing your PowerShell history and the commands, script blocks, etc., that you have used. This can be very helpful if your computer or servers are hacked at your office. Or, if you just want to check things 😉 In this blog post, I will show you how to retrieve all those events locally and remotely and save those in an Excel sheet.
For many people, it's the last place you check while troubleshooting, but the Windows Event Log is always a good start to pinpoint issues on your system. In this blog post, I will show you how to search, find easily, and export Windows Event Log information.
This week the annual Dutch Experts Live meeting was there again in Den Bosch, I was there together with some of my colleagues from NEXXT, and this is my impression of the event 🙂
Microsoft Defender has security recommendations for the "Fix unquoted service path for Windows services.” (CVE-2013-1609, CVE-2014-0759, CVE-2014-5455) These might be reported for things like Dell services, and you can fix them manually by editing the Registry on the affected device. But... There is an easier way 🙂 This blog post will show you how to create a Proactive Remediation in Intune for it.
Configuring NTFS permissions is something that you can do using your Windows Explorer, Server Manager, or by using command-line tools like subinacl.exe or icacls.exe. In this blog post, I will show you how to set NTFS permissions in two different ways using PowerShell 🙂
One of our customers wanted to be sure that there were no additional accounts in the local Administrators group on their Intune devices, and... That's where Custom Compliance policies come in 🙂 In this blog post, I will show you how to automatically check the Administrators group and mark the device as non-compliant if needed.
For one of our customers, who's moving away from their On-Premise Exchange 2016 server, I needed to move all the relay connectors (Used by legacy applications, appliances, and hardware) to an IIS SMTP instance. It's pretty straightforward, but... Adding the long list of addresses myself... No 🙂 In this blog post, I will show you how to easily migrate the IP addresses from a Receive Connector into an IIS SMTP instance.
For one of our customers, we needed a report on all local groups, and their members on all Active Directory joined servers. You can connect all servers one by one with Computer Management and check... But, luckily, PowerShell is there for you 🙂 In this blog post, I will show you an easy way to get a report on the memberships, and yes... I used the ImportExcel module, too (Needed for the Export-Excel cmdlet) 😀