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  • # Without CredSSP

    $SAMAccountName = 'MyDOMMyGroup'
    $SID = (New-Object System.Security.Principal.NTAccount($SAMAccountName)).Translate([System.Security.Principal.SecurityIdentifier]).Value
    $ACE = 'Execute'

    $ComputerName_List = @(',')
    Invoke-Command -ComputerName $ComputerName_List -ArgumentList @($SID,$ACE) -ScriptBlock {

        switch ($ACE)
                    $ACE_Str = "(A;;GR;;;{0})" -f $SID

                    $ACE_Str = "(A;;GW;;;{0})" -f $SID

                    $ACE_Str = "(A;;GX;;;{0})" -f $SID

                    $ACE_Str = "(A;;GA;;;{0})" -f $SID

        $ACE_Str = $ACE_Str + 'S:P(AU;FA;GA;;;WD)(AU;SA;GXGW;;;WD)'

        $Name = 'Microsoft.Powershell'
        $SecurityDescriptorSddl_Str = (Get-PSSessionConfiguration -Name $Name -ErrorAction Stop).SecurityDescriptorSddl

        $SecurityDescriptorSddl_Str = $SecurityDescriptorSddl_Str -replace 'S:P(AU;FA;GA;;;WD)(AU;SA;GXGW;;;WD)',$ACE_Str
        Set-PSSessionConfiguration -Name $Name -SecurityDescriptorSddl $SecurityDescriptorSddl_Str -Force -Confirm:$false
        Restart-Service WinRM

    Prefx : O:NSG:BAD:P
    Administrators: (A;;GA;;;BA)
    Remote Management Users: (A;;GA;;;RM)
    Sufx : S:P(AU;FA;GA;;;WD)(AU;SA;GXGW;;;WD)

  • Import-WinModule Microsoft.PowerShell.Management


    fails for me with the mysterious message:

    Method invocation failed because [System.Management.Automation.PSModuleInfo] does not contain a method named 'Where'.

  • Hi Kim,

    sorry i can not do much with your discription. 

    Maybe you send me a mail with your discription and pictures? 



  • Hi Matt,

    for the recycle bin is the same as inbox 

    You can see the right name of the folder with get-mailboxfolderstatistics -identity "user" | ft folderpath

    I hope it helps?



  • awesome post! 


    one question i have copied and pasted the script as per your instructions, but i continually get a compile error highlighting the text "Run Auto Out of Office?" in the exit script, any idea what i may have wrong?

    many thanks in advance 

  • AldoF became a registered member 13 hours, 42 minutes ago

  • Thank you for the information. Can you add how to do this? - "The better remedy here would be to set an authorization on the recycle bin of the corresponding mailbox instead."

  • Shaik became a registered member 1 day ago

  • Because the two commands are exactly the same...

  • good job

  • It'll be a function of where you call the dialog from.  Some apps (like the ISE) will remember the last folder you used, so, unless you specify a root every time, it will go to your last place.  

    Glad it worked out for you though 🙂  

    David F. 

  • Hi dear,

    Where can i get those pregenrated Powershell scripts.

    is there any commandlets for powershell by solarwinds for Patchmanager.

    kindly please let me know.

  • Thanks David... 🙂

    I have used above code and it is working and I am able to select folder.

    Facing one strange thing. Whenever I work in ISE, the select folder dialogue box went to last open item in windows instead of popping up on current window. But if I use powershell command line, dialogue box popping up and I can select folder.

  • I would suggest you run a script to detach and CDRom and unmount any VMWare tools install

  • Question about disabling alarms. So we are on the same page I am talking about when you right-click a host and left-click disable alarms. 


    I can't find a script that will allow me to disable the alarm and then enable the alarm on a per-host basis. Do you by chance have anything?

  • Another question'


    How would you combine baselines? For example, Critical Host Patches (Predefined) and Non-Critical Host Patches (Predefined)

  • Can we use Cluster-Shared Volume for a simple shared folder (File Services) and not for Hyper-V as I need to mount a single NTFS drive on 2+ VMs in VMware 6.7+

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