With Powershell you have the ability to run commands from remote computers, having the remote hosts installed modules at your disposal. This means that you no longer have to install modules locally and have the freedom to do your work from any machine that has Powershell installed. In the below example the requirement is to remote to… Continue reading Powershell – Using Invoke-Command to run commandlets that you do not have locally
You may need to find a set of AD users filtered by certain identifying features. Eg, “Can you please find me all users that belong to Company A, that either have a Title containing “Manager” or “Supervisor”, and are enabled in AD. Notes The Active Directory Module will be required. You can install that by… Continue reading Powershell – AD – GetADUser filtered by certain properties
Detailing how to get certain AD details based on a text list containing usernames.
The Active Directory module is easily one of the most essential modules for Powershell that provides incredible functionality in regards to managing your AD environment.
As an admin you will often be given a list of users that need to be added to a certain AD certain security group. This post will show you how to perform this task.