Remove Users from Office 365 Using PowerShell

Today, You have to disable a user’s access to Office 365 services. No big deal right? That is, until you find out that you will have to perform the same process multiple times. Whether you’re in-house or working for an MSP that services multiple clients, you need to ensure that the process is always handled the same way.

Use PowerShell to Find the Logon User for Scheduled Tasks and Services on the Network

Today, you have to change the domain administrator password for your network. No big deal, right? That is, until you realize that you have scheduled tasks and services that run under that account. Sure, you can log into each server individually and check each and every scheduled task and service. If you have a large network, that won’t be practical. Enter, PowerShell.