The PowerShell function “IsMember” checks if the user who runs the PowerShell script is a member of a certain group. This has advantages compared to using Active Directory Service Interfaces (ADSI).
Jan 17, 2017
Assigning permissions to Organizational Units (OUs) simplifies administration tasks. This is especially relevant after migrations. The following article exemplifies how you can create and use self-updating OU groups in Active Directory.
- Nesting groups in Active Directory
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- Creating an individual random password with PowerShell
- Retrieve Active Directory subnets with PowerShell
- Editing users of other domains – with PowerShell
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- PowerShell Custom Objects
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- IsMember – Check group membership in Active Directory
- Dynamic OU Groups – Assign Permissions to OUs
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