With the strong increase in hackers targeting Office 365 tenants, it may be useful to see who has Global Administrator access in your tenant. This can be done either via the Office 365 Portal but also through Powershell.
Note: be sure to install the required Powershell cmdlets before attempting this.
Connect to your Office 365 tenant:
To retrieve a list of users with the Global Administrator role, run this:
Get-MsolRoleMember -RoleObjectId $(Get-MsolRole -RoleName "Company Administrator").ObjectId | Select DisplayName,EmailAddress
You can append Export-Csv to export the list to a CSV-file.
By default, macOS'es Quick Look functionality caches previews of all files, even those found on file shares or encrypted file systems. This may not be what you want. Fortunately, you can disable Quick Look caching.
Open Terminal and type in these commands:
qlmanage -r disablecache qlmanage -r cache rm -rf $TMPDIR/../C/com.apple.QuickLook.thumbnailcache
If you want to set the Dock size in macOS to a specific value, you can use the Terminal to do so:
defaults write com.apple.dock tilesize -int 32; killall Dock
This will set the icon size to 32px, and then restart Dock. To get the current value of the Dock size:
defaults read com.apple.dock tilesize
HPE has determined an issue with certain HPE SAS Solid State Drives (SSDs) which have a bug in their firmware causing a drive failure at 32,768 hours of operation. A critical patch has been releases to address the issue.
If you're looking for the Group Policy Templates (ADM/ADMX) for configuring Acrobat Reader DC, you can download them from the Adobe FTP:
There's no proper uninstall tool for Office on Mac. To completely uninstall Office for Mac, follow these official instructions:
If you're not ready/able to upgrade to macOS Catalina, you can hide the update from Software Update.
Note that because of sudo, you'll need to be an admin on your Mac.
Open Terminal and enter the following command:
sudo softwareupdate --ignore "macOS Catalina"
Enter your password when prompted.
When you are ready to update, you can un-hide Catalina the same way:
sudo softwareupdate --reset-ignored
Not straightforward to find on the website (but with a little bit of Googling, here it is): an overview of the system requirements for VMware Fusion. All versions are listed:
A very nice article explaining how to migrate from an external Platform Service Controller to an embedded one:
A note about versioning: use the same version of the converge tool as the version of your vCenter and PSC. Otherwise the converge will most likely fail (as it did when using 6.7 tool on a 6.5 environment).