When you install plugins / Add-in for Microsoft Office, this add-in could be automatically disabled by Office depends on the ressouces needed, time to load, etc. This feature could be great, but sometime, this add-in must be enabled all the time. Fortunately, Group Policy can forces the Add-ins activation. Moreover, we can allow the user to change it or not.
Office Add-ins Activation
Let’s see how to do that with an example: The Symantec Enterprise Vault Add-in:
During an Office 365 migration from an Exchange on-premises, it can be usefull to migrate contacts information. For some reasons, if you can not do a Active Directory synchronization, contacts information needs to be imported manually.
You can easily do that by running two scripts, one in your Exchange environnement which creates an csv file, and the other into the Office 365 Powershell.
Sometimes, you may need to change the product key, the license, of an existing SQL Server installation. This can happen if you installed the product in Evaluation mode or if you want to upgrade to Enterprise from Standard edition. Fortunately, this modification does not require to uninstall and reinstall SQL Server. It can be done using Setup Wizard.
SQL Server Product Key
But, you may not have the Product Key displayed in your msdn subscription portal. It can be find in the .iso file that you downloaded from the website.
Let’s see how to do that: