To create a list of all subnets belonging to an AD site requires a lot of manual work, especially as the environment gets larger. However, there is of course another way to retrieve Active Directory subnets with PowerShell.
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In this article, I will explain how to set up a connection with Azure. Moreover, I aim to clarify and give helpful advice on how to connect with Azure Subscription via PowerShell. To begin with, it is important that you distinguish what you want to connect with: Is it Azure Subscription or Azure Active Directory?
Vacations are just about to start and the kids want to be entertained on the road. What about a mobile video stream for your 800km (500 miles) trip? But how to stream if the standard mobile DVD players do not fit in the back of the seats in your car? Right! You need to find […]
In the second half of 2016 AzureAD Administration was made available through a new Azure Portal. This is a short overview.
When talking about including Windows Server 2012, the following question occurred more often recently: Is my Active Directory Domain ready to add a W2012R2 domain controller? This article will help you with that.
Offline Files, Work Folder or OneDrive for Business- what will it be for you? Very often this question arises in daily routine. What are the pros and the cons of the three? This article will help you to find out.
After a successful migration you have to remove Foreign Security Principals from the domain local groups. This article is all about a simple task that turned out to be a challenge: Basics of Foreign Security Principals (FSP) First you make a trust between two domains or two forests. Second you can access the resources […]
Sometimes Read and Write permissions that users get through authorization groups do not work properly on the file servers: – Users without “Read” permissions can see folders – Users without “Write” permissions can create folders In this article I want to explain this problem a little bit more detailed and show you how to solve […]
I am currently supporting a bigger enterprise with their Active Directory Migration. A colleague asked me “Could you write a Powershell script to comb the whole AD Forest?” “Of course”, I said. 😉 And here it is – the script to find the next closest domain controller.
It is common knowledge that by setting the configuration “Managed By” and “Manager can update membership list”, users can be authorized to administrate members of a mailing list in Microsoft Outlook. However, it gets complicated when multiple persons should be able to update members of the mailing list. But there is a solution…
- Nesting groups in Active Directory
- Create home directory and grant permissions with PowerShell
- Creating an individual random password with PowerShell
- Retrieve Active Directory subnets with PowerShell
- Editing users of other domains – with PowerShell
- Azure Basics: Connecting with Azure (PowerShell)
- PowerShell Custom Objects
- Logon Script does not start on Windows Server 2012 R2 domain
- IsMember – Check group membership in Active Directory
- Dynamic OU Groups – Assign Permissions to OUs