With the little PowerShell script described here, you can quickly add an email address to your Exchange Online account in Office 365. This allows you to easily create throwaway email addresses. Note that the script requires PowerShell 3.0.
We’ve been looking at a number of tools for exploring WMI. The last one I want to discuss is actually a PowerShell script, but it won’t feel like any PowerShell script you’ve run before. The WMI Explorer was written back in the days of PowerShell 1.0, I believe, by former PowerShell MVP Marc van Orsouw, more familiarly known as MoW.
Inactive computer objects can bloat your Active Directory over time. In this post, I will explain how to use PowerShell to find inactive computers in Active Directory and move them to a designated Organization Unit (OU) for further processing.
In previously published articles I demonstrated how to use the free WBEMTest utility to validate connectivity and credentials. While you can use WBEMTest to browse namespaces, classes and instances it is hardly intuitive. You are better off with a WMI Explorer or Browser.
Remote Desktop is not enabled on Windows systems by default. The PowerShell script described here allows you to enable Remote Desktop access on remote computers.