In this Article, we will see how to add user or users or Computer using Powershell.
If you want to add users to the specific one Group, you can use the below command..
$Computer = $env:COMPUTERNAME;
$ADSIComputer = [ADSI](“WinNT://$Computer,computer”);… Continue Reading
In my Previous AD Powershell Post, I have showed how to generate AD Computers report with specific Paramenters,
Wherein the LastLogonDate attribute value format will not be in the same format if your AD Infrastructure is not configured with … Continue Reading
In this article, we will see how to modify the DNSSettings using PowerShell.
it will help for the core server modifications as well.
To get the Existing DNS Settings run the below command,
To modify the DNS Settings, use … Continue Reading
In this article we see about automate the process of sharing new folders by using PowerShell.
You can automate the process of sharing new folders using PowerShell 3.0 . For example, To create and share folder,
We could use the … Continue Reading
Being Administrators, we will come across the situation where we need to reset the passwords for all the Servers and Workstations Local administrator Accounts. we can not go to each machine and reset the passwords.
It is simple to get the Lastlogon time stamps for the computers using Active Directory Snap-in or importing the Active Directory module in the Normal PowerShell
For one Computer,
Open Active Directory Snap-in and run the below command with computer … Continue Reading
Being Active directory Administrator, you should know what is you Forest Functional level(FFL) and Domain Functional Level(DFL). It is very much required for the applications and add-on features of active directory.
Use below command to get Forest Functional Level(FFL)… Continue Reading
if you want to run the scripts or execute some downloaded scripts, You will end of with the error cannot be loaded because running scripts is disabled on this system.
it happens by default,PowerShell is restricted with … Continue Reading
Some time we will be having requirement to convert SID to Group/User Name or Group/User Name to SID. Here I will show you simple way to do that using PowerShell.
How to Convert Group/User Name to SID:
$Name = … Continue Reading
In this Article, I am explaining how to disable the Unified Messaging for Bulk Mailboxes using Powershell
Disabling the Unified Messaging for the single user is using GUI mode of Exchange management Console is easy by right clicking the Mailbox … Continue Reading