Charlie Mac and Associates

Month: September 2021

  1. IT procurement
We have developed and released tenders on many aspects of IT, including: IT Managed Services (typically including moving to the cloud, either private or public, and supporting the gamut of IT capability for an organisation) ERP system replacements Records management systems GIS replacements CRM implementations Bespoke specialist systems The tender is usually constructed using Victorian […]
  1. Windows Virtual Desktop
Adding a new user to a WVD app is really easy. Start by establishing a connection with the WVD tenant: Start a Powershell console as an Administrator Connect to the WVD tenant using: Add-RdsAccount -DeploymentUrl https://rdbroker.wvd.microsoft.com – note you will need to login as a tenant administrator. Tenant admins can be created using https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-desktop/virtual-desktop-fall-2019/tenant-setup-azure-active-directory Add […]
  1. Exchange Online
Sometimes you need to use Powershell to manipulate Exchange Online. When MFA is enabled, you may get something like the following error: New-PSSession : [ps.outlook.com] Connecting to remote server ps.outlook.com failed with the following error message :Access is denied. To fix this situation, you’ll need to setup EXO V2 on your local PC. To do […]
  1. Exchange Online
When working with Exchange Online, sometimes you’ll come across issues in sharing calendars with others. As an administrator, you can use the following steps to check calendar permissions and to update them as you need. To get current calendar permissions for a user Run Powershell as Administrator Get Office 365 credentials: $LiveCred = Get-Credential If […]

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