One of the basic principles of an Active Directory domain migration is the access to resources in the source domain based on SIDHistory information of the migrated user-account or group. The SID of the object in the source domain is written into the SIDHistory attribute of the object in the target domain. This enables the […]
While browsing the Microsoft Script Center I found a really helpful PowerShell script by Alexandre Augagneur. With this script you can get the following information and even export it: When was the schema created Number of the schema objects Times the schema was updated Comparison of the schema objects with Microsoft products (CSV file based) […]
Can you delete a mailbox immediately without removing the user from the AD? Yes, and you don’t have to wait for Exchange to do it. Read the instructions with PowerShell.
A PowerShell script to analyze and report active and inactive AD objects. How the script was made and what to take care of.
You can use the Autodiscover function of Microsoft Exchange outside the forest. And here is how to do it with PowerShell.
Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) come with some nice CMDlets for the processing of group guidelines: Create, delete and save Group Policy Objects Import GPO’s Generate reports Set authorizations on GPO’s Link GPO’s to OU’s
I was looking for a possibility to check and supervise the synchronization of user-objects with Quest Migration Manager for Active Directory. In addition, I was missing a good overview to answer the question: Were new user-accounts created in the target-domain? Both problems could be solved with a little Powershell script.
Today we had to search a NDS eDirectory via Powershell script. After some tests and searching the internet we found the following solution.
Lately we found a security gap in Active Directory. We noticed that some accounts in Active Directory were active, but contained an empty password. This should not be possible if a valid password policy is in place. This is at least what I thought…
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- Creating an individual random password with PowerShell
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- PowerShell Custom Objects
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