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.
I thought about how to automate AD sites with PowerShell – and found a solution. At the end of this article, I provide a complete script to create sites in Active Directory with a CSV-file. The article includes detailed explanation, screenshots and examples.
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