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Welcome all, here you will find an array of helpful posts that provide how too guides or fixes for issues we come across during our daily workload, the posts are written by our Director of Operations and can be anything we think will help the wider tech community.

Some posts may seem simple or common sense, others will be complex, but the idea is to help share just in case it saves a fellow I.T professional some time!

Please feel free to subscribe and comment, we plan to post at least once per week to keep the content fresh and you coming back for more!

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Failed: Unable to install the role services

Todays post tackles installing RDS role errors, Failed: Unable to install the role services 👍

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Easy way to turn on/off Security protocols

Todays post is a quicky with a third party tool recommendation. This gives you an easy way to turn on/off Security protocols 👍

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Connect to Exchange Online Powershell

Todays post is simple. It gives you different ways to connect to Exchange Online Powershell 👍

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Quickly get folder size (Powershell)

Today’s post is a nice quick win, it will show you how to quickly get folder size via Windows Powershell 👍

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Microsoft Office 365 licence costs

Todays post will assist you in providing the correct Microsoft Office 365 licence costs and features 👍

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Convert VHD to VHDX Windows Server

Todays post will show you how to use Windows Powershell to convert a VHD into a VHDX 👍

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Out Of Office Auto-Reply (Reoccuring Workaround)

Today’s post, we teach you how to automagically schedule an Out Of Office Auto-Reply message for certain days of the week 👍

Exchange Online forward email to external address

Todays post will show you how to enable Exchange Online to forward email to an external address 👍

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Demos for MPN partners

Todays blog post will help our MSP friends with free M365 demo for mpn partners environments 👍

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Enable Active Directory Recycle Bin

Todays post will help save your bacon, or at least a lot of time if you make a mistake. 👍 You need to enable the Active Directory recycle bin