Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Summary
INSIDE OUT Script Collection and other editors
It is a good idea to save all your scripts so you can re-use or modify them for other
purposes. As you spend more time with Windows PowerShell and Office 365, you will
find that a comprehensive script library will help you efficiently carry out tasks. To get
you started and to aid you with Office 365 deployments, Microsoft has provided a
collection of helper scripts. You can download these helper scripts at http://www.microsoft.
com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29568 . There are third-party Windows PowerShell
editors you can try. As an example, other consultants we work with also use Quest
Software’s PowerGUI and Idera’s PowerShell Plus.
Summary
In this chapter we covered how to plan and prepare for your Office 365 deployment. We
reviewed the Office 365 Deployment Readiness Kit, how to analyze your network
performance to determine your ability to adequately connect to your hosted Office services, and
the significance Windows PowerShell plays in Office 365 deployment and administration.
You probably spent a lot of time remediating issues and calculating network capacity. The
good news is that we are now ready to go to the cloud!
In the next few chapters, we will dive right into what we consider the most important part
of the Office 365 deployment, which is Identity Management. After all, the user is the most
important part of the equation.
To the cloud…
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