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Robocopy examples

10 août 2022 à 18:29
Par : Leos Marek

Robocopy (Robust File Copy) is a command line folder and file replication tool available as a standard Windows feature since Windows Server 2008. The goal of this post is to give you a quick start guide by providing some Robocopy examples.

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Run Windows Terminal as admin

11 août 2022 à 17:55

Like with cmd.exe or PowerShell, you often have to run Windows Terminal as admin to execute commands that need elevated privileges. In Windows Terminal, you can configure the elevation of privileges for an individual shell or for all shells. However, you have to expect some inconsistencies and peculiarities.

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Configure Quarantine Policies in Microsoft 365

12 août 2022 à 17:53

Email security is important for every Microsoft 365 tenant, and the configuration of quarantine policies is a critical part of this. Every Microsoft 365 administrator has to decide the manner in which their tenant will react to spam, phishing, and malicious content in emails. One possible action is to quarantine such emails. In this post, you will learn the technicalities of configuring quarantine policies in Microsoft 365.

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Configure attack surface reduction in Microsoft Defender using Group Policy or PowerShell

15 août 2022 à 14:55

In addition to the virus scanner, Microsoft Defender offers other security functions. These include the reduction of the attack surface, which hardens applications such as Office, browsers, and Adobe Reader. The feature is not active by default and can be configured via group policies or PowerShell.

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Getting started with Jenkins

16 août 2022 à 20:28

This guide will get you started with Jenkins, an open-source automation tool written in Java. It's a popular choice when it comes to continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD ) tools. We will explore what Jenkins can be used for, its features, and the terms associated with a pipeline.

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Manage Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge with Group Policy

17 août 2022 à 14:28

Managing Google Chrome using Group Policy is not a new idea. Because Microsoft Edge, as you may know, is based on Chromium, you can update your Group Policies to manage Edge as well.

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Increase the Outlook attachment size limit

18 août 2022 à 21:25

Did you ever try to attach a file larger than 20 MB in Outlook? If so, you probably received this error message: The file you're attaching is bigger than the server allows. Try putting the file in a shared location and sending a link instead. In this post, you will learn how tot increase the Outlook attachment size limit.

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Manage Defender Antivirus using Intune

19 août 2022 à 21:16

Defender Antivirus is Microsoft's built-in antivirus, available in Windows 10/11 and Windows Server. You can manage this security component using Group Policies, PowerShell, or the Settings app. However, reporting and monitoring capabilities are only provided via the subscription-based Defender for Endpoint. Alternatively, you can use Intune for this purpose.

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Configuration Items in Configuration Manager (SCCM, MECM)

22 août 2022 à 18:44

Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (MECM), formerly System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is systems management software that comes with several compliance-related features, including the ability to deploy configuration baselines (CBs) and configuration items (CIs) to ensure that the endpoints in your environment remain compliant with your organization's security policies. In this guide, I will show you how to create CIs and BIs, run compliance reports, and, if applicable, remediation scripts.

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Microsoft Graph: A single (PowerShell) API for Microsoft’s cloud services

23 août 2022 à 17:44

Microsoft Graph is an API for accessing data in various Microsoft services, including Azure Active Directory, Teams, and OneDrive. If you want to use it in PowerShell, you only need a single module instead of one for each cloud service. In scripts, it eliminates the need for separate authentication for each service.

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Enable two-factor authentication for SSH in Linux

24 août 2022 à 20:10

In this article, you will learn how to enable two-factor authentication for SSH in Linux. Secure Shell (or SSH) is primarily used by admins to securely access and manage remote computers, particularly those running Linux. It supports two very common forms of authentication: password authentication and public key authentication. It is always recommended to use public key authentication for SSH access since it is more secure. However, if you still depend on password authentication, it is highly recommended to enable two-factor authentication.

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Install Windows Fax Server in Windows Server 2022

25 août 2022 à 18:10

Windows Fax Server has been around for quite some time and is still part of Windows Server 2022. So what does it take to install and configure Windows Fax Server in Windows Server 2022?

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Join Server Core to an Active Directory (AD) domain

26 août 2022 à 19:49

When you install Windows Server Core in your environment, there is no GUI or desktop experience to manage it. Admins who switch to Server Core from the desktop experience often face a slight learning curve. In this article, I will show you how to join a Server Core machine to an Active Directory (AD) domain with SConfig, PowerShell, or the command prompt.

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Configure Defender exploit protection using PowerShell and Group Policy

29 août 2022 à 17:15

Under the term exploit protection, Microsoft brings together several technologies intended to protect against malware attacks. Among them are well-known features such as DEP, which has been around for a long time. While most mechanisms are active by default at the system level, you should still tune the settings for individual apps.

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Free network speed test tools

30 août 2022 à 18:07

Running a simple network speed test is often a good start when troubleshooting or verifying network performance. Such a test may measure speeds between two computers or the Internet download speed from an ISP. Many free network performance test tools are readily available for testing network performance.

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Find AD accounts with ChangePasswordAtLogon, set and enforce password change with PowerShell

31 août 2022 à 16:06

Admins can prompt users to change their password at their next login. While it is easy to see the status of the corresponding attribute in AD Users and Computers, the procedure with PowerShell is a bit tricky. On the other hand, enforcing a password change with PowerShell is quite simple.

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Directory Services Restore Mode: DSRM password reset, recover Active Directory

1 septembre 2022 à 21:03

Have you ever received the following error message when you tried to sign in on a domain controller? We can't sign you in with this credential because your domain isn't available. Scary, huh? With the help of Active Directory's Directory Services Restore Mode (DSRM), you can recover Active Directory by booting up in safe mode to restore a working configuration of your Active Directory. I hope you still know your DSRM password. If not, I show you how to reset the DSRSM password in this article.

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Setting up Remote Desktop Easy Print

2 septembre 2022 à 17:04

One challenge with Remote Desktop printing is the issue of drivers. If users want to output documents on locally attached printers, for example, in work-from-home environments, organizations might have to deal with various printer models. Remote Desktop Easy Print offers a solution with a single driver.

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Setting up highly available file shares in Windows Server 2022

5 septembre 2022 à 18:52

Windows Server 2022 has many robust enterprise features that allow IT admins to create resilient and highly available infrastructure services. With transparent failover, admins can take advantage of features found in SMB 3.0 and higher to provide continuous access to file shares.

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