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Compress files or folders with PowerShell

The Compress-Archive cmdlet creates a compressed, or zipped, archive file from one or more specified files or directories. An archive packages multiple files, with optional compression,…

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Get report on recent password changes in AD

Here is a quick scrip to pull report on recent password changes for users in Active Directory: Import-Module ActiveDirectory $DateCutOff = (Get-Date).AddDays(-5) Get-ADUser -Filter *…

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Add SMTP-ProxyAddress to users in AD with PowerShell

Here is a quick way to add new SMTP/ProxyAddress for the users in Active Directory with use of PowerShell. Create a csv file with two…

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PowerShell – AD Group management

Here are few quick one liners such as add user to 2 AD groups at same time: "Managers","SalesRep" | Add-ADGroupMember -Members ` (Read-Host -Prompt "Enter…

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Get list of Departments and number of users per Department in PowerShell

I need to create a report from Active Directory. I need to provide list of all Departments and headcount per Department. Here is quick PowerShell…

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List users from 3 different Active Directory Groups with PowerShell

Here is a quick sample of Power Shell snippet to list users from 3 different Active Directory groups: Import-Module ActiveDirectory $groups = "AWS-IAM-PCI-Prod-Admin","AWS-IAM-PCI-Prod-Deploy","AWS-IAM-PCI-Prod-Monitoring" foreach($group in…

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Find out the current version of the Active Directory Schema

Quick one liner to find out current version of the Active Directory Schema on your network especially of you have mix of servers. Using dsquery…

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Windows Server 2019

How to activate Windows Server Core 2019 from command line

After you’ve logged into Windows Server Core, you’re presented with the Command Prompt. From there, you can activate your copy of Windows. First, you have…

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