Ryan Osman

A devoted dad, a sci-fi lover and an avid Microsoft fan. Working as a 2nd Line IT Support Tech for Peach Technologies Ltd.

Southampton (ENG, Great Britain)

I started at the bottom, like many, and worked my way up. Learning invaluable skills on route. I've an MCSA Server 2012 and MCSA 365 when it comes to qualifications but am looking to build on the theory with more real world experience. I'm one exam off the MCSE Messaging so will likely complete this certification path next. Moving forwards,  I'm planning to dive deeper into Networking before making a decision on where I want to specialize my skillset into.

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  1. Manage 365 Exchange Online with Powershell

    So, you implement Office 365 after transitioning from maybe an on-prem environment. You work with the Exchange Admin Panel which has a plethora of management capabilities but you miss using PowerShell to do stuff that simply is a lot easier to do in a shell prompt. Or maybe you've not used PowerShell before and and want to see what all the fuss is about.What I aim to give you is a little insight, a cheat sheet if you like, as to some common management scenarios you may use on a day to day basis that...
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