ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 25-October-2019

Topics include RepAdmin, Certificates and Testing Teams connections.

Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, and Kevin Laux.

My current #PowerShell #Pomodoro timer

by Ståle Hansen on 22nd October

Since Microsoft Teams arrived, I have had some issues adjusting and it has taken some time. But now I have incorporated Teams in my PowerShell Pomodoro timer, by simply closing it during my focus session and opening it again. I found that even if I used the newly implemented focus time in Teams, I still saw the number of unread notifications in the client. This was disturbing enough to bring me out of flow.

Copy certificate to the Windows Services store

by Nicolas Hahang on 22nd October

Find out how to locate a certificate and utilise them for a Windows Service.

Microsoft Teams Direct Routing SIP Tester PowerShell Script

by Tom Arbuthnot on 21st October

“SIP Tester” is a sample PowerShell script from Microsoft that you can use to test Direct Routing Session Border Controller (SBC) connections in Microsoft Teams. This script tests the basic functionality of a customer-paired Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunk with Direct Routing.

Repadmin vs. PowerShell AD replication cmdlets

by Krishnamoorthi Gopal on 21st October

When it comes to fixing Active Directory replication issues, the Repadmin tool has been your first choice since the launch of Windows 2003. However, the PowerShell replication cmdlets are now offering more flexibility. Find some pros and cons in this article.

Copy multi-valued Active Directory attributes from one user to another with PowerShell

by Doctor Scripto on 23rd October

We are in the middle of an Active Directory migration and need to copy the multi-valued attribute “ProxyAddresses” from old user accounts to new ones. Can you do with a few lines of code?

Reddit /r/PowerShell - Most Popular Weekly Post

User shares his success story of building a GUI template cloning tool for VMs with the help of the PowerShell subreddit.

Tweet of the Week

PowerShell 7 Preview 5 is officially released check out the post to get details on new features.

Youtube: From Scripting to Toolmaking- Taking the Next Step with Powershell

A recent session from Spice World ATX.

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