July, 2012

  • Get User Profiles and Last User that Logged on to Desktop Computers

    Another Powershell script that helps with a migration. In this instance the requirement was for a way of understanding the accounts that had previously logged onto desktop systems and the credentials of the last logged on user, for either all desktop...
  • Compare AD Object Direct Group Membership

    Who can guess I am working on an AD migration project at the moment? And it presents an opportunity to cut my teeth further on Powershell scripting. Yes the AD Powershell scripts I have produced so far could have been done much easier if I had used the...
  • Copy AD User Profile Path etc between Domain User Objects

    Here's a weird one, you are migrating users from multiple domains to a single domain and your migration process\procedure had determined that the primary domain of a user was not what it actually is, so the settings (Profile Path, Home Drive\Directory...
  • Powershell Script to find if Domain Admins is a member of Computer Local Administrators

    So here's another script that I quickly knocked up. Basically, I was asked whether there was a way of finding out whether the Domain Admins group was a member of the Local Administrators group on a list of computers. Powershell to the rescue; I'm really...
  • Delete Stuff in AD

    Once again another script to help one of my colleagues in need of a method of bulk deleting objects in AD taken from a list in CSV file. In this instance he need it for deletion of groups that they had determined as no longer useful. Bizarrely, this type...
  • Ever wanted to know what shares are on all your Servers

    I have been scripting using VBScript for some time now, and only on occasion have I had the motivation and\or reason to write a script using Powershell, but I have decided in the last 9 months to make a concerted effort to utilise the Power of Powershell...