Goatee PFE

Blog of Microsoft Premier Field Engineer Ashley McGlone featuring PowerShell scripts for Active Directory.

July, 2013

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PowerShell Summit North America 2014
  • Active Directory PowerShell SIDHistory Module Update 1.5

    I would like to thank everyone who has been using the Active Directory SIDHistory PowerShell module and sending me feedback.  Your input helps guide future releases like the one I am publishing today.

    I’ve been sitting on some updates for a while, because I prefer to release code that has been field-tested.  I also wanted to time this release with the upcoming PowerShell Deep Dives book where I have a chapter discussing the origins of this module.  The last update was version 1.4 in June of 2012.  This is update 1.5 in July of 2013.

    Summary of Changes

    I am excited to announce the following key improvements in this release:

    • SID history updates in ACLs can be added instead of replaced.
    • Create SID map files for security translation without needing SID history.
    • Track down old domains after their trusts have been removed.
    • Get error logging for file server paths that fail the ACL scan.
    • Automate SID history data collection across many servers and shares.
  • Microsoft PFE Ashley McGlone Speaking for MSPSUG Virtual User Group on Tuesday, July 9th at 8:30pm CDT

    Update: Watch the one hour meeting recording on the page below. This is a video tutorial on the Active Directory PowerShell SID history module. If you follow #PowerShell on Twitter you’ve seen Mike F. Robbins . He is a superstar in the PowerShell...