The intent of this script is to quickly get some basic information about an Active Directory infrastructure. I have used it when I’m doing some work on an environment I’m not familiar with, it gives you a quick look at what you’re dealing with without a whole lot of effort.
This is a simple script that will read the contents of a CSV file and create a new Active Directory User as well as a new Exchange Mailboxes for each object (row in the spreadsheet). You can select which Organizational Unit you want to put the Users in as well
This script uses WMI CMDlets for the most part, to gather some client hardware and software information remotely over the network. Click the link below to see the contents of the CSV file. I use it to collect the following information: Computer Name Manufacturer Model Processor Type System Type Operating system Operating
As an Administrator, I have been asked more than once to find out where a computer is on the network. This question is usually asked by someone that needs to inventory or lifecycle the equipment. If your IT department is well organized or you have some sort of 3rd party
Today we’re talking a little more about Active Directory reconnaissance, for lack of a better term. If I start a new job, the first thing I want to do is find out how my infrastructure is configured. This script will search through Active Directory, or a subset of Active Directory,
More Active Directory PowerShell goodness… this time, creating Active Directory User objects in bulk using a CSV file. You will see 2 different code blocks below. The first, is as simple as you can get using minimal parameters and code. The second code block includes more parameters and addresses the
Update 4 May 2017: I’ve been contacted by a few people that were having trouble running the code in the Get-GroupMember function. I have replicated the error on one of my DCs but another DC in a different domain the Get-GroupMember function works fine. I’m still not entirely sure why the