In order to manage your Office 365 tenant(s) using PowerShell, there are some pre-requisites required.
Ensure you are running Windows 8.1, Windows 8, or Windows 7. Make sure you have the .NET Framework 3.51 feature [enabled by default on Windows 8 and up] Make sure you have the latest updates. It is important to run this after you install .NET Framework 3.51, so you get updates for that in addition to updates for your operating system.
As I’m pondering what to write for my first proper techy blog post, I’ve got to thinking about WHY I’ve chosen to blog in the first place.
Re-inventing the wheel can troublesome and tiresome, and on the other hand constantly telling the same story like a broken record can cause motivational issues..
So I’ve decided to make my own little resource page to answer the question “Where to I begin when I want to learn PowerShell?”.
Quickly run over to the new “New to PowerShell” page to find various collected resources that will get you started!
I will try and keep these updated on a regular basis in case something new pops up or in case things change/get outdated.
Ok ok, I cave…
After giving it a lot of thought for a long time, I’ve decided to start blogging.
Inspired by my colleague’s great blog, I will now try and write down my thoughts and experiences of my day to day IT life 🙂
Don’t expect daily updates, but I’ll try my best to keep people entertained…