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 command, we will see how to get all the computers in the domain using the PowerShell Command.
Use the below command to get the Complete Computers Reports.where the command has been enabled with filters where the required details … Continue Reading
In this PowerhShell command, we will see how to get installed programs in the computer
installed programs information can be fetched using the WMI_Object using the Class: Win32_Product. it is very straight forward to get the installed applications.
Run … 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
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.
In this article, we will
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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
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
The Start-Transcript cmdlet creates a record of all or part of a Windows PowerShell session to a text file. The transcript includes all command that the user types and all output that appears on the console.
Starting in Windows PowerShell … Continue Reading
When opening Exchange PowerShell(EMS), It is thrown an error The connection to the specified remote host was refused Error.
If any proxy is configured in the Exchange Server may cause for the issue. So run the below commands to get … Continue Reading