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When one drive doesnt want to start at all

This could happen if the OneDrive has been disabled by a Policy setting, either manually or by using a 3rd party program. For example, if you used Spybot Anti-Beacon to stop tracking issues in the Operating System, you may have inadvertently disabled OneDrive. To make OneDrive function again, disable the Policy in the respective program. Alternately, right-click Start, and click… Read more →

Bulk upload to sharepoint online library

1. Download SharePoint Online Management Shell (x86) 2. Download BulkUploadSharePointCSOM.zip. And move the BulkUploadSharePointCSOM.ps1 file in it directly to the root directory of your C drive. 3. Open SharePoint Online Management Shell. Run: cd C:/ Run: Set-ExecutionPolicy -Scope Process -ExecutionPolicy Bypass, then choose Y Run: .\BulkUploadSharePointCSOM.ps1 -UserName “*** Email address is removed for privacy ***” -Password “xxx” -SiteURL “https://MyO365Site.sharepoint.com” -DocLibName… Read more →

Using the Lync Logging Tool

This article will mainly serve as a field-reference in which customers can use to follow specific steps to capture SIP diagnostic logging and properly package it for review by anyone other than Microsoft’s Product Support team. Although there are already a number of how-to articles on using the native logging tools for OCS and Lync Server most cover just the… Read more →

How to find a Hostname for an IP Address

Click the Windows Start button, then “All Programs” and “Accessories.” Right-click on “Command Prompt” and choose “Run as Administrator.” Type “nbtstat -A %ipaddress%” at the command prompt in the black window that opens, substituting the IP address for “%ipaddress%“ Review the results and find the NETBIOS table. Locate a row where the type is “UNIQUE” and find the hostname of… Read more →

SCCM – Forcing an Endpoint Protection Scan on an individual computer

One of the many great new features on SCCM 2012 (SP1) is new Fast Channel/Client notification that among other things allows you to trigger a Endpoint Protection operation such as Full Scan. You can read all the fascinating details here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/configmgrteam/archive/2012/09/27/fast-channel-for-system-management.aspx There is a small “gotcha” however to be aware of to ensure you don’t accidentally trigger an operation on many… Read more →