Sharepoint Migration Tool – Invalid SharePoint Online list

When migrating on premises files to SharePoint Online / OneDrive for Business, Microsoft made a simple tool available ‘SharePoint Migration Tool’. Sometimes you will get the ‘Invalid SharePoint Online List’ error like; “Invalid SharePoint Online list ‘Documents’”,”ACTION_STOP”,”0x0201000D” Thanks to Thomasssssss on this technet topic; https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/774100d6-9a6b-4e3e-91b5-8f15f38047f4/quotinvalid-sharepoint-online-list?forum=SharePointMigrationTool i found the solution. So to get this working do […]

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Convert .qcow2 file to .vhd or .vhdx

Recently we had a ProxMox environment crash and needed to restore some files inside a VM. We did not want to rebuild the Proxmox environment and could access the virtual harddisk files used by Proxmox, in this case .qcow2 files. There is a nice tool available to convert these files to convienent .vhdx files so […]

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PowerShell – Change homedirectory permissions in bulk.

Recently I was asked to change the homedirectory permissions for >4000 users from Full Control, to ready only. I’ve used below powershell commands to achieve this. Firstly we need to get all SamAccountName’s in a .csv list. (Change the searchbase). Get-ADUser -Filter * -SearchBase “OU=www,DC=iterrors,DC=com” | Where { $_.Enabled -eq $True} | select SamAccountName | […]

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Sharepoint Online – Add members and owners via PowerShell

To add members and owners to a SharePoint Online TeamSite you have the below commands avaiable: Note that if you need to make someone Owner of the Teamsite, the user first needs to be member! And then you make the user Owner. #Get Groupnames Get-UnifiedGroup #Check for current members Get-UnifiedGroupLinks –Identity “groupname” –LinkType Members #Check […]

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We’ve run into a problem with your Office 365 subscription after tenant to tenant migration.

After a tenant to tenant migration multiple people got the message ‘We’ve run into a problem with your Office 365 subscription’. I found a script wroted by someone on 365labs.net; How to resolve “We’ve run into a problem with your Office 365 subscription” with PowerShell So to resolve this issue you start powershell on the PC […]

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Allow synchronisation of files with special characters (like # and %).

Allow synchronisation of files that include special characters in the filenames, like # and %. Step 1; Download and install the ‘SharePoint Online Management Shell’ link: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35588 Step 2; Open the SharePoint Online Management Shell by searching for ‘sharepoint’ in your startmenu. Step 3; Run the following command: (replace the values according to the tenant […]

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Windows 10 PC / Laptop goes randomly to sleep mode.

When your experience your PC or laptop going into sleep mode randomly there a lot of things that could cause that. What resolved the issue for me is this: # Open command prompt as administrator and run the following command: REG ADD “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\PowerSettings\238C9FA8-0AAD-41ED-83F4-97BE242C8F20\7bc4a2f9-d8fc-4469-b07b-33eb785aaca0” /v Attributes /t REG_DWORD /d 2 /f # Restart the ‘explorer.exe’ process […]

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DFS – Replication service failed to recover from an internal database error on volume.

When DFS is not replicating anymore and you see event ID 2104 with error 9214 there is a simple solution to do which i found on this website: http://www.asptricks.net/2017/01/replication-service-failed-to-recover.html Basicly it’s disabling the replication group nodes and running a .bat file. 1. Disable group replication (DFS Management -> Replication -> Replication group -> Connections -> […]

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Windows – Open HKEY_CURRENT_USER as different user

It can happpen that you would need to edit the registery for a user, but regedit is disabled for the userprofile. There is an option to open registery settings for another user as the administrator; #1 Log in as Administrator and open regedit. #2 Select HKEY_USERS and then go to ‘File -> Load Hive #3 […]

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Outlook – Pressed backspace, where did my email go?

When you (accidently) press ‘backspace’ within Outlook you will see your highlighted email dissapear. You will not find it in deleted items or even in restore deleted items, because it’s in your ‘Archive’ folder within your profile. Find your ‘Archive’ folder and you will see the message you just pressed ‘backspace’ on.

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