Powershell disable automatic updating of email addresses
One of my VMs ran SQL Server, two others were domain controllers, and nothing seemed to work.
After some investigation I found that it wasn’t my laptop, which is a powerful Lenovo T430S with 16GB or RAM and two fast SSD disks and an Intel i7 CPU.
Exchange Server and Exchange Online provide you great granular control over what your users can and cannot do using Role-Based Access Control.
Brief RBAC 101: Exchange controls the settings a user can change using a Management Role Assignment Policy.
Within the Group Policy Objects, right click and select New.
Give the GPO a sensible name so that it will be easy for others to identify in the future.
We already have all of our computer objects stored within the same organizational unit (OU) called “Servers” in this example, so this is where we will apply our GPO to.Exchange Server and Exchange Online allow your users to automatically forward email to an external email address.Over the years, I’ve written about forwarding email to an external email address in Exchange, the risks of forwarding work email to personal email accounts and listing users with email forwarding enabled.In this post we will show you how to use group policy to configure computers within an Active Directory domain to perform automatic Windows updates from either the Internet or a WSUS server that you manage.Automating updates will save you a lot of administration time and speed the patching process up in the long run.
By automatically applying Windows updates you will not need to log into each machine manually and perform updates.