Deploy Office 365 ProPlus from Local File Server

Steps to Deploy Office 365 ProPlus from Local File Server There is two type of Office 365 ProPlus Package that you can install Semi-Annual Channel Provide users with new features of Office only a few times a year – Every six months, in January and July Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted) Provide pilot users and application compatibility …

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GPO for User’s Folder Redirection

Steps to configure GPO for User’s Folder Redirection We will redirect users’ Desktop & Document folders to the File Server with Exclusive Permission Create a Folder called UserHome and share it as UserHome$ (Hidden Share) with Folder Share Permission (Everyone – Full Control) Create an new OU called UAT and move the users whose folder …

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Generate Wildcard SSL Certificate from Let’s Encrtpt with Posh-ACME

Steps to generate wildcard SSL certificate from Let’s Encrypt with Posh-ACME for my lab Get the API Key & Secret Key from DNS Made Easy to update the TXT record automatically Install Posh-ACME Install-Module -Name Posh-ACME Prepare the API & Secret Key obtained #Prepare the SecretKey & API Key for DNS Made Easy $SecreatKey = …

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Deploy Google Chrome with GPO

Steps to deploy Google Chrome with GPO together with CIS Benchmark v2.0 Download Google Chrome Enterprise Package Copy the Google ChromeStandaloneEnterprise64.msi to \192.168.1.200\Software$ \192.168.1.200\Software is the Share Folder in AD Server for Software Deployment via Group Policy Open Group Policy Management Editor and Go to Default Domain Policy – Computer Configuration – Policies – Software …

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Generate CSR from Windows Server with SAN (Subject Alternative Name)

Please refer to the steps below on how to generate CSR from Windows Server with SAN (Subject Alternative Name) as SSL certificates generated from IIS do not contain a SAN Google Chrome requires SSL certificates to use SAN (Subject Alternative Name) instead of the popular Common Name (CN) since version 58 – https://www.thesslstore.com/blog/security-changes-in-chrome-58/ Run “certlm.msc” …

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