Like any other application installed on Windows whenever we need to investigate and troubleshoot some issues event viewer and IIS logs (for web applications) are the first place to start.
But where developers and operations, in general, work together is when the cause is not obvious and for important application such as Microsoft Dynamics CRM is required to enable its tracing logs. Continue reading “How To Enable MS CRM Tracing with PowerShell”
Every organisation sooner or later has to deal with Office documents with macros enabled. Risk assessment and auditing are the first steps when planning to disable them via group policy or just to mitigate risk implied.
The priority should target real usage and avoid any untrusted macro. In this article I will try to help to create a simple report where we can simply leverage powershell to find documents with macros enabled.
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