Microsoft Team Site – Get-SPOSite: The site SITEURL is not properly formed

Posted Posted in Sharepoint

When using a Get-SPOSite or Set-SPOSite on a Microsoft Teams , Modern Group SharePoint Online URL, One Drive for Business etc., you may get one of the following error messages Get-SPOSite : The site is not properly formed. OR Get-SPOSite : The managed path sites/Parent is not a managed path in this tenant. The […]

A new TLS certificate is coming to Exchange Online

Posted Posted in Anouncements, Microsoft Exchange

This Article references MC146001 “A new TLS certificate is coming to Exchange Online” which you should find in your Office 365 Message center. Problem Description: You may be running in Hybrid mode or have an inbound TLS configuratiion using Exchange Online and noticed that you have a sudden build-up of inbound messages toward your on-premises Exchange servers. […]

Migrating your Datacenter to Azure

Posted Posted in Anouncements, Azure

Warren du Toit and I will be presenting a free Webinar hosted by Kemp Technologies on the 20’th of April 2017. We will be discussing the disciplines relating to doing a datacenter move for the very first time, including Elasticity and SLAs, the promise of cloud Basic cloud-based data center design from the ground up […]

Cross Platform Azure Command Line Interface

Posted Posted in Azure

One of the many appeals of administering Azure outside of a Portal that may change more often and more radically than what the average IT Pro may like is the option to leave the browser behind altogether and move to a more stable – albeit less visually appealing interface. The command line. The command line is how […]

Asure Site Recovery Limitations – VHD Sizing

Posted Posted in Azure, Cloud

After speaking at yesterday’s event (Microsoft Tech Summit Johannesburg|Protect your data with a modern backup, archive, and disaster recovery solution) on Azure Backup and Azure Site Recovery (ASR), I thought it would be good to follow up with a post that explains some of the limitations around ASR. If you were there you would have seen […]

Azure Site Recovery: IaaS Migration and Disaster Recovery | Pluralsight

Posted Posted in Anouncements, Azure, Power Shell, Technology

I’ve had the privilege of publishing a course thats very close to my heart on all things DR, using the current slew of Azure ARM based features on Pluralsight.The course is titled “Azure Site Recovery: IaaS Migration and Disaster Recovery” The course covers the basics of requirement gathering – as a consultant thats essential viewing, […]

HostedMigration 510 error : the user could not be moved because the tenant has not been enabled for shared SIP address spaces

Posted Posted in Skype for Business, Tips & Tricks

Scenario: When trying to migrate a user from Lync or Skype for Business on premises to Skype for Business online, you may experience the following error HostedMigration 510 error : the user could not be moved because the tenant has not been enabled for shared SIP address spaces AS a pre-requisite, you would have configured […]

Find all receive connectors with Anonymous Relay enabled

Posted Posted in Exchange

When Migrating Receive connectors from an earlier version of Exchange (2007 upwards), it can be useful to find the application Receive Connectors, that are used by applications, multifunction devices, printers, etc. Relay permissions are an Active Directory permission and not an Exchange permission, with that in mind the line of PowerShell below looks for all […]