This blog explains how to search and delete emails using Microsoft 365 Compliance Center and PowerShell add-in. First you should know that you can search emails on Exchange Online mailboxes and view the search results in Microsoft 365 Compliance center. BUT you cannot delete the emails from search results. You HAVE to use PowerShell delete … Continue reading Exchange Online: How to search and delete emails?
If you lost permissions to a GPO, obviously you cannot edit the GPO in Group Policy Management Console (GPMC). You would get this error: This Group Policy object (GPO) is inaccessible because you do not have the read-level permission on it. Don't you worry. There is an easy fix as long as you are a … Continue reading This Group Policy object (GPO) is inaccessible because you do not have the read-level permission on it
I see you end up here because local policy editor (GPEdit.msc) is failed to open and you get this error: Failed to open the Group Policy Object on this computer. You might not have the appropriate rights. This super easy fix might fix the issue. All you have to do is rename (or delete) the … Continue reading GPEdit.msc – Failed to open the Group Policy Object on this computer
You have downloaded an Excel document with macros from (known/excepted) website. When you open this Excel file, you get this error: BLOCKED CONTENT Macros in this document have been disabled by your enterprise administrator for security reasons. There is a possibility System Administrator might have created a GPO to block Macros. If not, there is … Continue reading Excel: BLOCKED CONTENT Macros in this document have been disabled…
Other day Zoom Outlook add-in was trying update itself and keep failing with "The Feature You Are Trying to Use in on a Network Resource That is Unavailable". It keep asking for downloaded setup/MSI file. Well...I found the solution that works for me; deleting a Freaking Registry Key. Here it is: Open Registry Editor Go … Continue reading Solution: “The Feature You Are Trying to Use in on a Network Resource That is Unavailable”
There are plenty of software on the market to find duplicate files. Almost all of them list the duplicates and have you review and delete them ONE by ONE. So I decided to write my own PowerShell script to* Find the duplicates by file hash* move the duplicate files to the given location With a … Continue reading PowerShell: Duplicate file finder ( by File Hash)
I see there where plenty of sites/blogs explains how to convert an Office 365 group to a Teams. Super easy to change it using Teams client. I did not see any reference to other way around. If you find this blog, Good for you. I see few users created "Teams" in Teams client. They wanted … Continue reading Office 365: How do convert Teams to an Office 365 Group?
Do you have IMAP/POP3 users? It amazes me to see the some stubborn users refused to use Microsoft Outlook on their Mac/Windows computers. They uses the limited featured IMAP client. Hey! Whatever makes you happy, I guess. Are they looking for the option "Send event invitations in iCalendar format" in OWA settings? This options converts … Continue reading Exchange Online/OWA: Where is the HELL is “Send event invitations in iCalendar format” option?
If an employee leaves the company, few managers wants the OneDrive content of the ex-employee. Few occasions it is business critical to take the documents from ex-employees' OneDrive and re-share it again. So how do you do that? I wrote the following script that does exactly that. Before you run the script, make sure you … Continue reading Office 365: How to restore deleted OneDrive in PowerShell?
I ran into this issue of not able to eject an USB disk. Before you ask the question, I have set the disk for "Better Performance". So I have to eject the disk before I remove it. (FYI, I would suggest to use "Better Performance" for bigger disks like 1TB or above to get most … Continue reading New kind of fresh HELL: Problem Ejecting USB Attached SCSI (UAS) Mass Storage Device. This device is currently in use