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Components of Active Directory Certificate Services

Today we will be seeing the different components of the Active Directory Certificate Services. Each of the components have a specific task to be done and they will be used under various different scenarios. If you have ever installed the Active Directory Certificate Services role, then you must know that there are six different components […]

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How to install Root Certificate Authority on Windows Server 2012

This guide will have two parts. The first one will be Installation and Configuration of Root Certificate Authority and the second one will be the post configuration settings. Installation of Root certificate Authority Open Server Manger, click on Add Roles and Features from the dashboard. Next select the Role based or feature based installation and […]

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Introduction to Public Key Infrastructure Concepts

Today we will see Public Key Infrastructure concepts and how the entire system works. We will be dealing with a lot of new words for those who are not aware of PKI is and how it can be used in an organization for security reasons. In the simplest terms, PKI is the framework for encryption […]

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Find Expired Accounts in Active Directory using Powershell

We all know, people join organizations and leave organizations at regular intervals. And we as System Administrators have to create and manage their user accounts in Active Directory. As a best practice, we all set an expiration date to the user account that is created. But do we delete those accounts if they are no […]

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Find empty groups in Active Directory using PowerShell

Today we will find empty groups in Active Directory using Powershell. You all may know that we as System Administrators are required to create groups in the Active Directory for all sorts of purposes and reasons. But over time, do people who request for these groups really utilise them? It is bound to happen that […]

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Powershell to track email sent to specific mailbox or DL in Exchange 2010

I ran across a requirement where in I had to find out whether the emails generated from one mailbox were getting delivered to the recipient mailbox successfully or not. As you must be aware that all the mails that are sent or received in an Exchange organization has to be routed from the Hub Transport […]

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How to deploy Windows Nano Server on vSphere

Windows Nano Server is a super lightweight version of Windows Server that was “built for the Cloud”. When I first heard of it I immediately became curious, because it resembles VMware’s ESXi in many ways: It is an embedded-like and headless system with a very small footprint and can be managed only remotely. It has […]

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Access Exchange Online via PowerShell

After recently deploying a hybrid configuration for Office 365, many email settings that were easily configurable within Office 365 portal could not be changed as these settings were being managed by on-premise Active Directory servers. To get past this restriction, the next best option is to access the Exchange Online via PowerShell. Note: PowerShell 3.0 […]

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Microsoft Exchange 2013: OWA Signature Error

In Microsoft Exchange, you may have received┬áthese error messages: “The signature is too big. Please try a smaller format.” “The Property X is out of range, the valid range is x to x.” “The length of the property is too long. The maximum length is 8000 and the length of the value provided is 16814.” […]

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