Tag Archives: Automation

Delegate Distribution Group Membership Management To End Users

For IT administrators in large organizations where there is a huge number of distribution groups, adding and removing members frequently can be a real headache. One way of making this easier is by delegating management to a responsible person by making an end user a distribution group owner. However, the default MyDistributionGroups management role grants… Read More »

Create Your Own PowerShell Module For Exchange Online

Many Office 365 administrators prefer to use PowerShell in their day-to-day administration tasks as it offers much more control in their environment over the GUI. When you’re connecting to Exchange Online from PowerShell, it uses a technique called PowerShell Implicit Remoting. Folks who are familiar with PowerShell know what Implicit Remoting is. Implicit Remoting is… Read More »

Start Services Automatically in CentOS 7

By | February 19, 2016

One of the problems we all face as system administrators is that making sure every critical service is up and running at all times in our servers. If a critical service such as the database server service crashes, application that are dependent on the service wouldn’t function. For example, the server which I have hosted this… Read More »