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Add Calendar Permissions in Office 365 via Powershell

This is a tutorial on how to add calendar permissions in Office 365 for your users via Powershell. You can add permissions onto a specific mailbox, or you can add it onto a security group. By default, Exchange (and Office 365) users can’t view messages or calendar items of

This App Can’t Open While UAC is Turned Off

When you try to open some modern application using local Windows account in Windows 10 or Windows 8.1 sometimes you can get an error related to UAC: This application can’t be activated when UAC is disabled or This app can’t open. Application can’t open while User Account Control is

AD Account Keeps Locking Out

Sometimes there are situations when AD account keeps locking out, this happen when you try to log on to a domain computer and getting an error on the login screen: The referenced account is currently locked out and may not be logged on to. This notification means that the

Fix DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN

In some cases, you may receive a message that webpage is not available when trying to open any website. In addition, near this message you can see the error DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN. Usually, this error appears in the Google Chrome. However, you may encounter this error in other browsers like Opera,

Active Directory Cached Credentials Overview

When log on to a computer with a domain account the user enters credentials, which are passed to the nearest domain controller for authentication. If there are no available domain controllers in the network, then there is no one can verify the credentials and the user cannot logon to

Fix Corrupt Windows 7/8/10 Temporary Profile

While working with Microsoft’s Windows 7/8 or Windows 10 operating systems you have noticed that sometimes when working with multiple profiles that they can get corrupted. The fact that the user profile is corrupted may indicate an error when logging on to Windows 10/7/8: The User Profile Service service

Active Directory Temporary Group Membership on Windows Server 2016

Often some access rights in Active Directory must be granted temporarily, for a certain period of time. In order to avoid the need to monitor the validity of the issued authorities, they can be created initially temporary. To create temporary permissions in AD there are special mechanisms — Temporary Group

How to Force Windows 10 to Set Up Default Printer?

Adding a new printer in Windows 10 can be performed with the help of a very convenient and simple tool. It has option that allows you to set a new printer as the default, but in some cases, attempts to designate it as “main” fail and the user receives

Using Powershell cmdlet Invoke-Command

Nowadays PowerShell Remoting is the main tool for remote management of Windows operating systems. Therefore, any Windows administrator should know about tool’s capabilities and to be able to use it. To run commands on remote computers using PowerShell Remoting, you can use the Powershell cmdlet Invoke-Command (alias icm). The

Arrays Basics on PowerShell

Arrays are used very often when creating PowerShell scripts, so you need to understand how to work with them. In this article we’ll take a look at the basic examples of using arrays in PowerShell. Usually an array is a set of elements arranged one after the other in