Tag Archives: Powershell

Email users after Cloud PC have been provisioned

By | July 17, 2022

Sending the user an email with guidelines on connecting before their Cloud PC is ready could lead the user to try to connect before the Cloud PC is ready. Wouldn’t it be cool if a user only gets an email when their Cloud PC is provisioned and ready to use? in my mind, that is the optimal way of giving the information. I will go through the aspect of how this is working.

Cloud PC Usage Report With PowerShell

By | June 27, 2022

Knowing how often users connect to their Cloud PC gives you an idea if they are using it or not. From here, you can investigate if there is a reason for a user not to use the Cloud PC as first intended. Ultimately you can track down the users who no longer need a Cloud PC and can save that license cost. as you might know, there is no built-in usage report in the MEM portal. Therefore I have cooperated with Donna Ryan on a PowerShell script that will gather information about login count over a period and the last login date.

Resize group-based licensed Cloud PC with PowerShell

By | June 4, 2022

Resizing a Windows 365 Enterprise Cloud PC is very easy and can be done directly within the MEM portal. I like this feature and how seamless it’s working. However, we cannot resize our Cloud PC if we have assigned the license through group-based licensing.
Group-based licensing is a must to gain better visibility and control of your licenses. Therefore it’s a big issue if you ask me.
This article will showcase the PowerShell script I have created to resize group-based licensed Cloud PC.

Non-admin users are unable to restart their Cloud PC from Windows

By | January 21, 2022

When a user is logged into their Cloud PC, non-admin users cannot see the Restart button in the power menu. Therefore they can only restart their Cloud PC from the Windows 365 web interface. I don’t think this is an issue if users only use the Windows 365 web interface. However, I see a “user experience” issue if they are using the Remote Desktop Client instead.

Get started with Windows 365 and PowerShell

By | December 29, 2021

If you manage Active Directory, Windows Server deployment, or something else, PowerShell is an essential tool to master. When it comes to Windows 365, there is no difference. The capability to deploy or get information on environments is handy, especially if you want to automate something.
This article will go through how to get information about your Windows 365 environment with PowerShell. But how is it possible when there is no PowerShell module for Windows 365?

Export role assignments for all Azure subscriptions

By | July 20, 2021

Microsoft has done it more straightforward to export Azure Role Assignments for a subscription. They have added the Download role assignments button in the Azure portal under Subscriptions. However, when I’m working with customers with many Subscriptions, I’ll like to get an overview of all the subscriptions at once. Therefore I use PowerShell the export Role Assignments for all Subscriptions at once.

Move Azure VM to another Virtual Network

By | May 4, 2020

If you deploy an Azure Virtual machine(VM) into a wrong Azure virtual network(Vnet) or you would like to move an existing VM to another Vnet, you will need to deploy a new VM into that Vnet. unfortunately, we can’t move Azure VM’s between Vnet’s, out of the box. You can, of course, establish Vnet peering… Read More »

Establish Azure Point-to-site VPN with a self-signed certificate

By | November 21, 2019

Azure provides a simple way to connect on-premise workstations to Azure resources like VM and other services with a Point-To-Site VPN. This can be really handy if you have some external partners that need to connect to your environment in Azure, or just have a couple of users that needs special access to some services… Read More »

Enable Modern Authentication

By | October 23, 2019

Enable Modern authentication to Secure your user idenitites, with Multi-factor authentication. Many companies have a lot of data in public cloud, that data is usually secured by user identities, it’s common that users choose a weak and common password, that are easy for hackers to recognize.

Enable Bitlocker and store the key in AzureAD

By | April 12, 2019

BitLocker configuration tab in Intune does have a silent install function, but the silent function currently only works for users that are local administrators. users will have to get the latest Windows version 1809 for the silent installation to work without being local administrators.If your users isn’t running 1809 there is still an option to… Read More »