How to run SQL Commands from PowerShell

Install Sqlservr Powershell Optimized

If you want to run SQL commands from your PowerShell terminal you can do so by simply installing the SQLServer module with the command below: You will be prompted to install from an untrusted source. Type “A” to accept and install the module. Once it is complete you can see all the new commands you…

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Adding Multiple Cloud Users to Microsoft 365 tenant.

In this lesson, you will learn how to import multiple cloud users to your Microsoft 365 tenant. If you want to learn about getting started with Microsoft 365, click here. Step 1. Create your users’ information into CSV file using the given template in your tenant. On your browser, login to Microsoft 365 Admin Portal…

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How to enable Advanced Features in Active Directory

Active Directory Advanced Features

Active Directory includes an Advanced Features view that will allow you to access several items that are hidden by default. This tutorial will show you how you can enable the Advanced Features view within Active Directory Users and Computers. Step 1. Start Server Manager Click the Windows button and select Server Manager: Step 2. Start…

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Getting Started with Microsoft 365 Administration.

In this lesson, you will learn how to get started with Microsoft 365. Before continuing this tutorial, please make sure to check the following requirements: Sign up for any Microsoft 365 subscription: Business Enterprise Developers Education Valid and verified owned company or individual domain. Step 1: Connect your domain to your Microsoft 365 tenant. On…

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How to install Python on Windows 10

Python

Python is one of the most in demand skills you can add to your resume. It’s used by Wikipedia, Google, Yahoo!, NASA, Spotify, YouTube, Instagram, DropBox and MANY more places you know of and probably visit online. The list really does just go on and on. Python can be used as a scripting language for…

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Syncing your On-Premise Users to Azure Active Directory.

For this lesson, you will learn how to sync your local Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS) to Azure Active Directory (AAD). Before continuing this tutorial, please check the requirements below: Fully set up ADDS using your preferred Windows Server. New or existing business or enterprise tenant in Microsoft 365. Verified connected domain in Microsoft 365.…

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Adding a Target Folder to a Namespace

In this lesson, you will learn how to add a Target Folder to your created Namespace when implementing DFS (Distributed File System). Step 1: Create the Target Folder main location. On the lab you are using, go to the File Explorer. (Simply click the File Explorer icon on the taskbar) In the File Explorer, right…

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Implementing DFS (Distributed File System)

In this lesson, you will learn how to implement DFS to your Windows Server 2016 for your branch office locations. Step 1. Open Server Manager Open the Server Manager by clicking the Windows button and clicking the Server Manager or by searching it on the list of programs. Step 2. Add the DFS role Click…

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How to create Active Directory User Accounts

Creating New Ad Users

In this lesson you will learn how to create Active Directory user accounts. Step 1. Open Server Manager Open Server Manager by clicking the Windows button and clicking Server Manager or by searching for Server Manager. Step 2. Start Active Directory In server manager, click Tools > Active Directory Users and Computers: Step 3. Create…

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Promote a Server to a Domain Controller

Promote A Server To A Domain Controller

In this lesson you are going to learn how to promote a server to a domain controller. This procedure is something you will complete after successfully installing the AD DS Server role. If you haven’t done that yet, click here to learn how to install the AD DS server role. Promote this server to a…

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