I ran into a somewhat annoying issue with using Mail Flow Rules with Exchange Online to modify the subject header on emails that were sent to aliases on some of my Office 365 accounts. I wanted to modify the email subject of those emails to show what alias it was meant for, and I figured I should share that process here if someone else runs into the same issue. This isn’t something that I do very often, and I was doing it wrong from the beginning, hence why I was having an issue.
Now available for download, a version of the Building a Certificate Authority in Windows Server 2019 guide that I published in early 2020. This guide offers a rapid deployment of a Two-Tier Certificate Authority using Windows Server without advanced features.
I posted an article about using Visual Studio Code with LaTeX earlier this year and I wanted to do a follow-up with some of the additional extensions that I have been utilizing, as well as some of the extra configuration items that I have been using as I have made this environment my primary LaTeX editor.
What good is a Certificate Authority in an Active Directory environment if there is no way to automatically deploy the Certificates? Luckily, with the use of Group Policy and a few configuration changes to Certificate Templates, this is a fairly easy task.