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Tim Buntrock wrote a new post, Create a self-signed certificate with PowerShell 4 years, 7 months ago
In this post I introduce a little PowerShell script that lets you quickly create a self-signed certificate.
Tim Buntrock replied to the topic Books about PowerShell Core 6.0? in PowerShell Forum 4 years, 7 months ago
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Tim Buntrock commented on Find and delete unlinked (orphaned) GPOs with PowerShell 4 years, 11 months ago
using Get-GPOReport doesn´t include Sites. You can use the mentioned method, if you linking GPOs to a domain or OUs. If you want to use it, you have to exlclude site-linked GPOs based on naming or searching for those and compare them.
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Tim Buntrock wrote a new post, Prevent copying of an Active Directory attribute when duplicating a user account 4 years, 12 months ago
Many organizations use custom attributes and copy those attributes whenever copying a user account. In many cases this is not what you want. In this post, I show how you can prevent this behavior.
Tim Buntrock replied to the topic Freebie: Chapter 1 of the PowerShell Cookbook in PowerShell Forum 5 years ago
Sorry, just get a notification and thought it would be a new Version. Yea I thought the same about PS Core. May someone else have some news about PS Core.
Tim Buntrock started the topic Freebie: Chapter 1 of the PowerShell Cookbook in PowerShell Forum 5 years ago
Want a free, 90-page intro to PowerShell?
Here you go – Chapter 1 of the PowerShell Cookbook:
Tim Buntrock wrote a new post, Find and delete unlinked (orphaned) GPOs with PowerShell 5 years ago
In this post, I will discuss a PowerShell script that helps you find and delete unlinked Group Policy Objects (GPO), also known as orphaned GPOs. Orphaned GPOs are not linked to any Active Directory sites, domains, or organizational units (OUs). This can cause various problems. Using PowerShell, it is easy to create reports of unlinked GPOs, back them up, and eventually delete them.
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Tim Buntrock commented on Privileged Access Management – Assign temporary AD group membership 5 years, 5 months ago
I think “On-Prem” you don´t need it.
Tim Buntrock wrote a new post, Privileged Access Management – Assign temporary AD group membership 6 years, 1 month ago
In today’s post, I will show you how to provide Active Directory user accounts with temporary group memberships in Windows Server 2016. To do this, we need to activate a feature called Privileged Access Management (PAM).
You have to delegate this in GPMC. In GPMC go to Group Policy Objects and select Delegation tab, and add the GPO Editors Group or another group . If you also want to give this groups permissions, to link GPOs , you can do this in ADUC. Just reight-click an OU and select Delegate Control, type in the group and delegate the following common task Manage Group Policy links.
Tim Buntrock wrote a new post, Find AD users with empty password using PowerShell 6 years, 10 months ago
Viewing the PASSWD_NOTREQD flag in ADUC
You can view the userAccountControl attribute in Active Directory and Users (ADUC). Make sure you that you have enabled Advanced Features in ADUC in the View […]
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