Tag Archive: powershell

Dec 13

Hyper-V VM Performance Monitor – A tool is born

(Download link at the end of this blog) Monitoring Hyper-V On a medium to large Hyper-V platform it can be difficult to get all your VM performance data at once and see all metrics per VM in a nice overview or dashboard. Especially when you want to quickly identify a urgent performance problem on your platform and …

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Jun 22

Azure Federation – Manually modify support for multiple domains

The ‘ SupportMultipleDomains’ switch creates a third claim rule when you add or update a federated domain for the first time so the Office 365 relying party trust is configured to identify multiple domains. You’ll have to specify the ‘SupportMultipleDomains’ switch the first time you add a federated domain, otherwise the cmdlet errors out with the following …

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Jun 16

Multi-tenant Azure AD federation without the use of synchronization tools

Update: Added a multi-tenant PowerShell provisioning script to the TechNet gallery with examples mentioned in this blog. Download here. Introduction Microsoft is advocating their own synchronization tools (DirSync/AADSync/AADconnect/FIM) to federate with Azure AD. There are a lot of advantages using a synchronization tool, this way companies don’t need to develop their own solutions, it’s easy deployable, …

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Sep 05

PS One-Liner: #1 Lowercase your text and paste it to the clipboard, batch style!


Because we had to comply with a naming convention in a system not managed by yours truly, I had to manually set each uppercase FQDN server name to lowercase in a GUI. Beware, I litterally HATE manual tasks which should and could be automated somehow even if took more time to script, there is always …

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