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By on We were recently came across an issue with configuring the NPS (Network Policy Server) to use Azure AD’s 2FA authorization to validate VPN access to one of our clients.
The initial configuration was fairly straightforward with the instructions at but after connecting to the VPN server, we were not getting the push notification to our phone for the final verification steps.
This then enabled 2FA to work with NPS.
I put in a PR request to the official documentation to have this as an official troubleshooting step but the.
Hopefully this post and the PR will help others in their configuration as it did seem to be a fairly common problem.
By on Attempting to log into the Teams admin interface gave me the worst error message of “Something has happened” when clicking on the Teams admin link as per the screenshot below.
Not only is the Error devoid of anything useful but it’s inaccurate as actually *Nothing* has happened.
It turns out that the  only works if you have at least one user with a Teams licence.  I didn’t have any as this was a new Tenant and the only users in the system are currently Global Admins that don’t have any licences assigned to them.  Once a licence was applied and 5 minutes had gone by (with a successful Teams login) I was then able to login and make the required settings.
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By on Rather than use the tedious method of going into the details

selecting a user and then viewing details, run the following powershell script (once connected using the ) while (1) { $a=(get-migrationuser | out-string) send-mailmessage -to [email protected] -subject “Company Migration Stats” -from [email protected] -smtpserver my.mailserver.com  -body $a start-sleep -seconds 3600 }.
By on The only thing that was different with this user was that in troubleshooting this issue we had set the user up to receive the journalling non delivery reports.
I figured that if the emails were not being delivered, maybe sending him the errors would help.

However no reports were being received either.  However

according to  this behaviour can be seen.
Although I had removed the journal receipient in the web gui, the emails were still not being journalled until I added another external email address to the configuration using the powershell command set-transportconfig -JournalingReportNdrTo [email protected].
By on Full details of the log files and more information can also be found at the where I posted the initial request for help.
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By on I’m running the Office2010 beta at home (mainly for Outlook and OneNote2010)  and would highly recommend it when it is finally released.
If you are running Exchange2010 then there are even why you should be running Outlook2010.
(Note that a lot of the extra features such as mailtips and access to the archive mailbox are already available with the outlook web access app).

If you purchase and activate Office 2007 between now and Sept 30 2010

you will be able to upgrade to 2010 via a free download.
You will need a LiveID, the receipt and to register your purchase.
More details available at the website.

By on See the screenshot below for some details

(You’ll probably need to click on it to see the full details.
Removing pesky paragraph marks.
By on Monday, October 6, 2008 I’m sure you’ve all had the annoying experience when you are typing in a Word document or an outlook email and all of a sudden the screen is filled with backwards P’s – the paragraph marks.
I’ve never been able to work out what triggers this to occur until today when I decided to find out after yet another helpdesk ticket came in asking how to turn this function off.
(It is especially tricky in outlook as the button does not appear in the standard toolbars within outlook.) I found that pressing ctrl, shift and 8 (or more correctly ctrl *) will toggle the paragraph mark status.
I suspect that the keyboards are registering the ctrl key being held down at the same time as the shift 8 key is being pressed to get a * displayed in the text.
Note that you can find out what other shortcut keys take affect by right clicking an empty part of the toolbar, clicking customize, selecting the Options tab and then enabling “Show shortcut keys in Screen Tips” and then clicking ok to close the dialog boxes.
Turning this on helped me determine the buttons to press.
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