How to change Skype for Business default toll number with PowerShell by Bas Wijdenes

Summary We have a customer who is spread all over the world. They are all in one joint Office 365 tenant all over the world. The advantage of this is that everything is in one place, the disadvantage of this is that you run into land-bound things. Think of the time zones, usagelocations, laws, and … Continue reading How to change Skype for Business default toll number with PowerShell by Bas Wijdenes

See if users have set a profile Picture in Office 365 with PowerShell by Bas Wijdenes

Microsoft office 365 and the user profile picture. Within Microsoft Office 365 users can set up a Profile picture themselves. This is then synchronized to Skype for Business, Outlook, Yammer, Delve, and so on. The advantage of this is that users can recognize each other more easily and that the e-mails and Skype messages become … Continue reading See if users have set a profile Picture in Office 365 with PowerShell by Bas Wijdenes

New Conditional Access Policy “Require MFA for admins (Preview)” will be enabled in the future.

“Baseline policy: Require MFA for admins (Preview)” the basics. There is a new Policy in Azure AD “Require MFA for admins (Preview)”. It is a policy in preview status that is enabled by Microsoft unless you set it yourself on turn off. The Policy is not yet active. It will not be long before Microsoft enables … Continue reading New Conditional Access Policy “Require MFA for admins (Preview)” will be enabled in the future.

Install Android in Hyper-V by Bas Wijdenes

Android emulators VS Android in Hyper-V. I tried to use Bluestacks as an Android Emulator. This application was only very often slow and the advertisements were also annoying. I then switched to the Visual Studio Emulator, but here too I ran into things like ‘just install a new app’. Because almost all Android Emulators are … Continue reading Install Android in Hyper-V by Bas Wijdenes

Mute tabs in Google Chrome by Bas Wijdenes

Chrome, tabs, and disturbing sounds. If you are like me, you open dozens of tabs in Google Chrome within 5 minutes. Some websites have an automatic pop-up advertisement video that often starts loading after 10 to 20 seconds. Usually the sound is loud and that is very disturbing. And then it is often difficult to … Continue reading Mute tabs in Google Chrome by Bas Wijdenes