A quickpost on how to change the language in Office 365 for synced users. To change the language you need to edit the attribute PreferredLanguage on the on-premise user object and force a sync.
Posts tagged Active Directory
As you all know by now there are several areas you can elevate pictures from Active Directory. What I mean is that you can add a picture to the thumbnailphoto attribute in Active Directory and it will be displayed in Outlook (not only Outlook 2010: http://www.stevieg.org/tag/thumbnailphoto/ ) and Lync. You could also achieve this on […]
You often want to redirect start menu and Desktop folders to another location when you configure a terminal server farm. I often redirect this to C:custom. This is because I do not want to rely on another server in the network to display the start menu and desktop to the users. The only downside is […]
It was my dear colleague Morgan Simonsen that gave me this tips and was why I looked into it. All creds to him for this. http://morgansimonsen.wordpress.com/ Have you ever noticed this: Yeah I know. Everybody has seen the power options from Group policy preferences. But have another look. You will see that all the options […]
You find a computer that is not getting client. You ping it and it responses. You try to go to the adminshare of the computer like this \computeradmin$ and you get this: The CCM.log file is looking like this for the client push: ======>Begin Processing request: "XJ7MRG1P", machine name: "MACHINE" —> Trying each entry in […]
Finally the day has come that we can upload pictures into Active Directory and actually use them in Exchange/Outlook. I have been wanted this for a looong time. http://blogs.technet.com/ilvancri/archive/2009/11/17/upload-picture-in-outlook-2010-using-the-exchange-management-shell-exchange-2010.aspx http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd351252(EXCHG.140).aspx I think this is such great news. UPDATE: UPDATE: UPDATE: Exchange teamblog released a walkthrough of Exchange GAL Pictures. http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2010/03/10/454223.aspx