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Deploy Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus Using PS App Deployment Toolkit

INTRODUCTION There are currently many organizations migrating from previous versions of Microsoft Office to Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus. Many of these organizations are also spread around the globe with different language requirements. I have seen that deploing Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus in large enterprise environment is not as trivial as you might think, as you have to take many things in to consideration. The way described in this blog post is the way I go about deploying Office 365 ProPlus, and I have frankly…

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Custom templates not showing when deployed to non-English Office 2010/2013 installations

INTRODUCTION I won’t go in to how you deploy custom templates in Microsoft Office, but there is one important thing you need to do if deploying custom Microsoft Office templates in any other language than English. When deploying a custom template, you need to create an XML file which loads the actual templates when the users starts an Office application. SOLUTION The problem with this is, that if you use the template for the XML provided on TechNet with a,…

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Powershell: Script to set Outlook 2010/2013 signature using information populated from Active Directory

< Note: This post has been updated. Refer to this post for a new version of the script. The other week I needed a script to set an Outlook signature on all machines in the environment. I had a look around, and found some old VBScript solutions, but also a few using Powershell. The only script that came close to my needs was the one provided by Jan Egil: http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/6f7eee4b-1f42-499e-ae59-1aceb26100de, but it returned quite a few errors, was missing some…

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Microsoft Virtual Labs

If you’ve ever wanted to play around with Microsoft newest technologies, but haven’t really had the time to set up everything from scratch, I can highly recommend trying out the Microsoft TechNet Virtual Labs. These labs cover everything from: – System Center – SQL Server – Windows Server – Windows 7 – Microsoft Office – and much more… Go here if you want to check them out: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/virtuallabs/default.aspx

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