Azure Automation: Using Azure Scheduler to trigger a runbook via Runbook Webhooks

One of the great new features of Azure Automation is the Web hooks, which can be added to runbooks. A web hook is a way for an external system to trigger the runbook with specific input values. You can read more about how to trigger web hooks here:   This article describes how easy […]

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Save money by using Azure Automation to deallocate VMs.

I have four Azure VMs running during normal business hours. All machines are Type A2 (2 CORES / 3.5 GB RAM) and cost $0.154/hr per VM. I start them in the morning at 8PM and deallocate them at 5PM when I leave the office. At least once a month I forget to deallocate. They then […]

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Identify best Azure region for Your Cloud.

Cool webpage to measure network latency to azure.

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Nordic Infrastructure Conference 2014

Conference done = everybody’s happy about hopefully new and good knowledge – I did two sessions – One called Be a Hero another one called Create a ScomBot in Azure – Unfortunately they didnt record them – But I have attached both Slideshows to this blog. Agenda for Be a Hero: Introduction to Services Ready […]

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Change TimeZone on mailboxes

Do you have one or more mailboxes running in a wrong TimeZone on your Office 365 or Exchange environment? Don’t worry it is easy to fix, and I will show you how do to it. Follow this blog post and you will learn how to see current TimeZone on a mailbox, how to change it, and how to changes TimeZone on all mailboxes.

Category: Cloud Services, Exchange, Office 365  |  2 Comments

Add and remove access permissions on mailboxes on Office 365

There will be times where you want to give an administrator or another user access to another user’s mailbox. This blog post will describe how to add and remove access permissions on one or more mailboxes with PowerShell.

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What’s new in Windows Intune October 2011 release

The October 2011 release of Windows Intune is here, and that means new features and functionalities. I will with this blog post give you a short descriptions of the top features.

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Links to Office 365 guides and references

I just want to share the links I have being used and is using in my work with Office 365. The list will be updated regularly.

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Enable users to view calendar information of Room mailboxes

On Exchange Online Room mailboxes do not share calendar information by default. You will only be able to see if the Room is busy or not. This blog describe how you enable the Room’s calendar to show more information to all users.

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Adding Exchange attributes to AD in an Office 365 with SSO environment

If you running Office 365 with Single Sign-on in a newly created Active Directory domain without an on-premise Exchange installation, you will missing the Exchange attributes. The Exchange attributes enable you to manage the exchange parameters on distribution list and mail enabled users through the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in.

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