About

Hello, I am Morgan (Author and Owner of MorganTechSpace.com),  I have been working as a Software Developer around 8 years. I have worked with different type of Active Directory,Azure AD, Office 365, Exchange Server, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, GPO, File Server based products.

I have worked at Network and Security based Software organisations as a Software Developer, Business Analyst and Support Engineer. Through my working carrier I have learned the programming languages like C#, Asp.net and JavaScript. and scripting technologies PowerShell and VBScript, and server technologies like SQL Server, Active Directory, Azure AD, Office 365, SharePoint Online, GPO, File Server, Exchange Server and IIS Server.

While I was working to develop software, I have faced many of technical issues and googled for many more technical helps. One day, I was noticed I have been searching for some technical help frequently. So that I have decided to take some notes about whatever the issues I am facing on my day to day life. Then I have realized blogging is an easy and useful way. I have started  blogging in the mid of year 2012 as a part of my work.


For any other technical support contact me through morgantechspace@gmail.com

Thanks,
Morgan
Software Developer

8 comments:

  1. Hi Morgan,
    I am able to create a common folder through GPO but the user is able to delete the folder.
    So kindly help me how this can be avoided.

    Thanks,
    Sudhanshu

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    1. Sorry I think we can't prevent users from deleting folder as we are creating folder in user's own desktop location they should have complete full access to do anything.

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  2. You are doing a very good job! I got help about PowerShell Scripts. Kudos to you!

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  3. Hi Morgan

    Thank you so much for your blog. I have question for you. I want to find disabled users in my office 365 group but i am not able to get correct syntax in powershell command

    Get-UnifiedGroupLinks -Identity Office365groupname -LinkType members -ResultSize unlimited | ?{$_.ExchangeUserAccountControl -like "Accountdisabled"} select -exp alias

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    1. Sorry for the delayed response. You can refer below post if you still need.

      https://www.morgantechspace.com/2019/02/find-disabled-users-in-office-365-group-powershell.html

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  4. Twice in one day you helped me out big time, and you get straight to the point. Many thanks. A refresher from the usual forum posts where someone just puts a link to some very long Microsoft Powershell article explaining EVERYTHING about it, when really you only need .1% of the information on any particular [Microsoft] page. EXAMPLE is the "Best Answer" on this page: https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/2122090-powershell-o365-get-msoluser-is-not-recognized-name-of-a-cmdlet, in which the person redirects the question asker to https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/enterprise/powershell/connect-to-office-365-powershell.

    Instead, I found your page: https://www.morgantechspace.com/2018/06/powershell-get-msoluser-is-not-loaded.html

    ... and my problem was gone in less than 1 minute. Kudos.

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  5. Danielle Belford7 January 2019 at 10:24

    Just found your blog. This is wonderful. Thank you so much!

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