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02  - Powershell for Active Directory -Working with Users and Groups
 
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02 - Learn how to automate routine user and group management tasks, including create, modify, enable, disable, unlock, and more.
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01 - Powershell for Active Directory- Introduction to Active Directory PowerShell
 
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01 - Get an overview of Active Directory using PowerShell, PowerShell versioning, system requirements, and more. Watch "Getting Started" with the Active Directory Administrative Center (HDAC), and see some quick and powerful PowerShell one-liner commandlets.
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6. Create and Manage AD User Account using Powershell
 
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In this video we will use Windows Powershell to create and manage Active directory user account in Windows server 2016 Active Directory. 1) Use new-aduser command to create user account 2) Set-ADAccountPassword to set password to user account 3) Enable-ADAccount to enable user acocunt 4) Set-Aduser to modify user account properties
Views: 11195 MSFT WebCast
7. Create and Manage Active Directory Group using Powershell
 
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In this video demonstration we will see the steps to Create and Manage Active Directory Group using Powershell in Windows Server 2016 Domain. MSFTWEBCAST
Views: 1924 MSFT WebCast
06 - Powershell for Active Directory - Managing and Troubleshooting AD Replication
 
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06 - Work with sites, subnets, and trusts with PowerShell to troubleshoot Active Directory replication. Start out with a discussion on topology to understand "what's out there" in your organization, and wrap with some valuable troubleshooting tips.
Views: 6099 RG Edu
03 - Powershell for Active Directory - Quering AD Data
 
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03 - Explore techniques for querying efficiently for report data, using sample PowerShell commands. Review LDAP basics to set the stage as you learn how to construct compact query parameters and apply filters.
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Basic Active Directory PowerShell commands that will make you feel like a rockstar
 
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These are a coupe of PowerShell commands and one-liners that I use regularly at my job. Part 1 - I had to take a break because I am on call and had to deal with a work thing
Views: 1446 John Impallomeni
Managing Active Directory Domain Services Using PowerShell Lesson 8
 
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You Can Get Here a Lot of Videos for Microsoft Windows, Cisco, (Routing, Switching), Firewall, ASA, Programming languages, etc...
Views: 27 Tech Paradise
70-410 Objective 5.3 - Creating and Managing Groups via PowerShell on Windows Server 2012 R2
 
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In this video for Objective 5.3 Creating and Managing Groups and OUs in Windows 2012 R2 we investigate creating and managing groups via PowerShell. PowerShell is an integral part of Windows 2012 R2 because everything is managed through PowerShell and Windows Remote Management. However, PowerShell by itself is cumbersome to implement for everyday tasks. It does however, excel for repetitive tasks by allowing automation via PowerShell Scripts and that is the basis of this objective. Creating and management of groups via PowerShell is for automation of repetitive tasks that allows for scripting of these tasks in bulk. Such as creation of user accounts in a RBAC or Role Based Access Control environments. Imagine you have several types of employees like Sales, Marketing and Research. Where every time an employee enters into the company they should be members of certain groups… This is where PowerShell scripting gains traction. We first investigate how to creating a new AD Group via PowerShell using the ‘New-ADGroup’ PowerShell cmdlet. We then look at Active Directory and see the change we’ve made with the PowerShell command. We also look at another tool that can be used at the command line which is DSQuery. This tools helps us get the Distinguished Names for the group and some user accounts we will add to the new group via PowerShell. We proceed to add the members via the ‘Add-ADGroupMember’ PowerShell cmdlet. Then we observe the changes to the Active Directory group. We then discuss why we are learning PowerShell and how it can be applied. We also look at management of groups with the DSQuery command and DSAdd command and how we can add a group to Active Directory. You’ll notice I fumble around a bit with the DSAdd command, because it’s not a common task at the command line. We then proceed to look at AD and see the results. Next we look at adding members to a group with the DSMod command and reviewing the changes in AD. We then review why we use the command line tools to create and manage Active Directory. Introduction – 0:10 Creating an AD Group with PowerShell – 0:30 Review of what the command did in AD – 2:09 Using DSQuery to query Users in Active Directory – 2:29 Adding members to a group via PowerShell – 3:22 Review of what the Add-ADGroupMember cmdlet did – 3:59 Why are we learning PowerShell – 4:12 Using the DSQuery Command – 4:44 Adding a group with the DSAdd command – 5:35 Review of what the DSAdd command did – 7:36 Modifying an AD Group with DSMod – 7:52 Review of what the DSMod command did – 8:40 Final review of why we use command line – 8:48
Views: 3102 NetworkedMinds
How to create Active Directory Users with Powershell
 
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MY WEBSITE: https://instructorpaul.com/build-your-own-it-lab Please like, comment and subscribe =) In this video I am going to show you how you can create Active Directory Users with Powershell... enjoy =)
Views: 2433 Instructor Paul
Active Directory Administration using PowerShell
 
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In this video, expert instructor Rafiq Wayani demonstrates some of the common Active Directory admin tasks using PowerShell within Server 2012 environment.
Views: 3658 Rafiq Wayani
Create and Manage Active Directory Groups Using PowerShell
 
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HINDI VIDEO TUTORIAL ON MANAGING ACTIVE DIRECTORY USING POWERSHELL In this video we will use windows powershell to create and manage active directory groups in windows server 2016 AD Domain.
Views: 726 EmpiarTech
Active Directory  User & Computer  Management with Powershell
 
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Scripts Download Link here https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/AD-Management-2c8da303
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How To Manage Active Directory Authentication Policies And Silos Using PowerShell
 
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If you enjoyed this video, be sure to head over to http://techsnips.io to get free access to our entire library of content! Authentication policies and authentication policy silos are a great way to secure your Active Directory environment. Using these two AD objects, you're able to manage high-privilege users, computers and service accounts to ensure they are only allowed to authenticate from certain computers and to certain computers. In this video, we'll manage all aspect of Active Directory authentication policies and authentication policy silos using just PowerShell. We'll dive into commands like New-AdAuthenticationPolicy and New-AdAuthenticationPolicySilo, grant and revoke access to silos, change them and remove them. You'll see that you won't have to use the GUI again! Prerequisites include: - Active Directory with a Windows Server 2012 R2 or later domain controller - Windows Server 2012 R2 domain functional level - Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) installed which includes the ActiveDirectory PowerShell module - At least one computer account, user account and service account
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How To Manage Computer Accounts In Active Directory Using PowerShell
 
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If you enjoyed this video, be sure to head over to http://techsnips.io to get free access to our entire library of content! Managing computer accounts in Active Directory, like managing any other types of accounts in Active Directory, can be rather tedious. Especially if you have a large number of them. But the good news is that PowerShell enables you to build your own custom tools to manage your computers the way that your organization uses them. In this video, Anthony will get you started managing computer accounts in Active Directory using his favorite tool, PowerShell. He'll show you how to retrieve computer accounts using Get-ADComputer, how to create a computer account using New-ADComputer, how to manage the properties of a computer account using Set-ADComputer, and then, of course, how to remove a computer from Active Directory using Remove-ADComputer. Prerequisites Include: Active Directory PowerShell module
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PowerShell - Active Directory user account automation with single command
 
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You can create thousand's of user accounts using powershell command in you Active Directory domain and manage as needed: Command is given below: 1..10 | Foreach-Object {new-aduser -name "EMeer$PSItem" -AccountPassword (convertTo-SecureString -AsPlainText "Pa$$w0rd!!!" -Force) -Enabled:$True}
Views: 934 Enayat Meer
Manage Users in Active Directory with PowerShell
 
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In this video tutorial we will cover some examples on how you can easily manage users in Active Directory with PowerShell. First we show how you can create and query a single user and afterwards we will also demonstrate how you can manage users in bulk. Blogpost: http://supersysadmin.com/208/manage-users-active-directory-powershell/ Website: http://supersysadmin.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/supersysadm1n
Views: 147 SUPERSYSADMIN
70-410 - Objective 5.2 - Using PowerShell to Create and Manage Users on Windows Server 2012 R2
 
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In this video for Objective 5.2 of the Microsoft 70-410 Exam we will cover using PowerShell to Create and Manage Users and Active Directory Objects. Using PowerShell to create AD objects is the newest supported way Microsoft recommends you to create Accounts. Although we covered command line tools like the DS tools, bulk import tools like CSVDE and LDIFDE, we no longer cover VBScript since it has been deprecated. The other fact is that Microsoft GUIs now use WMI and PowerShell to do all of the work. So if there is a GUI function there is a PowerShell CMDLet for it. We being by opening the PowerShell Command Prompt and typing “import-module activedirectory”, so that we have the AD cmdlets available to us. You most likely will not need to type this command in, because when you use the first AD PowerShell command it should automatically import. However, I still like to type it in and it’s good practice as it save frustration later on when a command does not work. We then look at a get-help for New-ADUser commandlet and examine the attributes we can specify when creating a user. We then create a new user using the New-ADUser CommandLet. Next we look at how to modify an existing user with the Set-ADUser CMDLet and we perform a Get-Help to examine the attributes we can configure. Next we learn how to remove or delete an Active Directory User account with the remove-ADUser CMDLet function. I then talk about other command-lets for PowerShell and the administration of Active Directory. Introduction – 0:10 Explaining the environment 0:20 Opening the PowerShell Command Prompt – 0:22 Importing in the Active Directory CMDLets – 0:27 Using the New-ADUser command – 0:55 Examining the attributes for New-ADUser – 1:20 Creating our first new user via PowerShell – 1:30 Verifying our new user has been created – 2:08 Modifying an existing user – 2:18 Examining the attributes for Set-ADUser – 2:24 Modifying the description attribute for an existing user – 2:34 Verifying the attribute has been changed – 3:08 Removing an AD User account with the Remove-ADUser cmdlet – 3:28 Verifying the AD User has been deleted – 3:50 Looking at other PowerShell CommandLets – 4:00
Views: 7175 NetworkedMinds
04 -Using Powershell for Active Directory- Forensic Investigations and Lockouts
 
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04 - Answer the question "Who did this?" Track when your data was changed, using metadata, event logs, lockouts, and permissions.
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Easily Export Users from Active Directory with Powershell |  Windows Server 2012 R2
 
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Easily Export Users from Active Directory with Powershell in Windows Server 2012 R2. This Video will help you get user's Data in on Go with Powershell. Purchase Genuine Windows 10 and Favorite Games at cheaper Rates : - http://bit.ly/2LZtHlM Please watch: "[Fixed] - windows cannot find the microsoft software license terms windows 10" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlgN0tI-gXU -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Easily Export Users from Active Directory with Powershell in Windows Server 2012 R2. Powershell Command Used in this video: Import-Module activedirectory $path = "C:\AD Users\ADUSers2.csv" get-aduser -filter * | Select-Object name,enabled,userprincipalname | Export-Csv -Path $path -NoTypeInformation ====================================== Export Users from particular OU. ====================================== Import-Module activedirectory $path = "C:\AD Users\ADUSers2.csv" get-aduser -filter * -SearchBase "CN=Users,DC=contoso,DC=com" | Select-Object name,enabled,userprincipalname | Export-Csv -Path $path -NoTypeInformation ========================================= Hello guys, this is Nilesh Kamble from Windowsitexperts.com and in this video we are going to see how to export users from active directory in csv format. So basically Manager or IT Guys are asked to get the reports from active directory in CSV Format. If you have a smaller environment and few Users, you can do that with the help of a export list a built into active directory, but if you have thousands of users and big organization, so to save time you should use a powershell script or powershell cmdlets to get all the users from your active directory environment. So in this video I am going to show you how to do this with the help of a power shell commands. If you want to get the entire users list from active directory but in some of the cases we want to get the report for particular OU, and we can achieve this by adding with –searchbase OUDN into script. If you like the videos uploaded on my channel, please do like them, subscribe & share with your friends. Thanks. Checkout Some the Videos On My Channel. Active Directory Domain Services | Create a new user in Active Directory 2012 R2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPUeadKc_VE ============================== Disable or prevent shutdown option in Windows 10 via GPO Windows Server 2012 R2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xf6ag1Zjfow =============== Group Policy Tutorial - Easily search GPO from Thousands of Group policies Windows Server 2012 R2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQ92gtyGb8I ================ Group Policy How to link existing GPO to Organizational Unit in Windows Server 2012 R2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WL68Llv5fBU =================== How to disable Windows 10 Login password & Lock Screen Admin Password bypass with Free Simple Step https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_K4o7KbUXFg ====================================== Restrict Domain Users to Join Computers Into Domain Windows Server 2012 R2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeXAYNpfBQQ ============================================== How to Rename Local Administrator account via GPO Windows Server 2012 R2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQ-7aDpSbvY Facebook:- https://www.facebook.com/WindowsITExperts/ Twitter:- https://twitter.com/WindowsITExp Website:- https://windowsitexperts.com Subscribe Link :- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRC1DRiXiAD6_FvFCUVsJ5A
Views: 16150 Windowsitexperts
PowerShell script-free Active Directory reporting & on the fly AD account management
 
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This workshop introduces you to various predefined AD reports that can be generated using simple point and click actions. It teaches how to perform various critical AD activities such as, identifying the logon permissions granted to inappropriate users, forcing organization-wide user password reset, etc.
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Powershell Add Multiple Users Quickly
 
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Quickly add bulk Active Directory users. How to add many users in bulk at once. Screenshots, instructions, and downloads: http://bit.ly/1P26Jzf I put out a couple other videos with a slightly different method and script, but I feel this one is a lot more simple and easier to work with. Why manually create multiple users in Active Directory when you can script it using Powershell? Tutorial options: • Watch and follow the video tutorial here • Read and follow the text tutorial at http://pc-addicts.com/powershell-create-multiple-users-ver-2 • Both! Powershell - Create Multiple Users in Active Directory Quickly Information Objective: • Simplify the creation of multiple users in Active Directory. • Maintain standardization for punctuation and the proper fields needing to be filled in. What you will need: • New-Users_Sent.xlsx -- The spreadsheet we are sending to HR • New-Users_Returned.xlsx -- The returned spreadsheet from HR • NewUsers.csv -- The CSV version of the New-Users_Returned.xlsx spreadsheet • Add-NewUsers.ps1 -- Powershell script that will create the user accounts Additional requirements: • Quest ActiveRoles ADManagement Powershell Snapin • .net Framework 3.5 with SP1 or higher .... read more and find all the information you need, including scripts and the spreadsheets, here: http://bit.ly/1P26Jzf Subscribe for more videos: http://bit.ly/1La0Chu -- PC-Addicts Website: http://pc-addicts.com PC-Addicts FaceBook Page: http://bit.ly/1TDJ6oX PC-Addicts Twitter: http://bit.ly/1StCtDY PC-Addicts Google+ Community Page: http://bit.ly/21gyYkF PC-Addicts on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/1QFmjmq
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How To Manage Active Directory Account Lockout Policies Using PowerShell
 
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If you enjoyed this video, be sure to head over to http://techsnips.io to get free access to our entire library of content! One of the steps you can take to secure your network from a breach is to configure a strong account lockout policy. In Active Directory the account lockout policy is not defined by default, so it will be up to you to decide on a policy for your organization. Once you have decided on an account lockout policy, you will need to implement it. One of the more efficient means to implement your account lockout policy is to use Windows PowerShell. In this video, David will demonstrate how to create, view, and manage your account lockout policy using the Get-ADDefaultDomainPasswordPolicy and Set-ADDefaultDomainPasswordPolicy PowerShell cmdlets. Prerequisites include: - Active Directory domain - Windows PowerShell 5.1 - Active Directory PowerShell Module
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How to Setup PowerShell for Azure Active Directory
 
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In this video I’ll show you how to set the PowerShell module for Azure AD. You need this module to manage a lot of Office 365 like Groups. Connect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattmunslow Check out my blog: www.collaboration.coach Check out our free SharePoint Online course: https://school.collaboration.coach/p/sharepoint-online-for-beginners Check out our free Microsoft Teams course: https://school.collaboration.coach/p/microsoft-teams-for-beginners
Views: 837 Collaboration Coach
AD: Using PowerShell to Manage your 2008 R2 AD users
 
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More videos like this on http://www.theurbanpenguin.com : Using Powershell 2 and the Active Directory Cmdlets that ship with the 2008 Remote Server Administration Tools, managing your AD Users becomes very easy without the need of third part modules. In this vdeo we look at creating an OU, user, adding the user to a group and resetting the password. For completeness we reverse the process and delete the user and OU.
Views: 2272 theurbanpenguin
Office 365 Basic Powershell Cmdlets Azure Active Directory Module
 
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Volume may need to be increased - I can never get the bloody levels right haha. Office 365 uses the cloud-based user authentication service Azure Active Directory to manage users. You can choose from three main identity models in Office 365 when you set up and manage user accounts. Cloud identity. Manage your user accounts in Office 365 only. No on-premises servers are required to manage users; it's all done in the cloud. In this model, you create and manage users in the Office 365 admin center and store the accounts in Azure AD. Azure AD verifies the passwords. Azure AD is the cloud directory that is used by Office 365. No on-premises servers are required — Microsoft manages all that for you. When identity and authentication are handled completely in the cloud, you can manage user accounts and user licences through the Office 365 admin center or Windows PowerShell cmdlets.
Views: 2883 AdzProductions
How to Manage Active Directory User Accounts with PowerShell
 
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If you enjoyed this video, be sure to head over to http://techsnips.io to get free access to our entire library of content! Managing users in Active Directory using the GUI tools is so ho hum! Dragging your mouse miles across your desk does nothing more than make it shiny, unless you have a mousepad of course. The point being, that today is the time for you to learn how PowerShell can simplify your Active Directory user management style. In this snip, Anthony will walk you through the basics of managing user accounts in Active Directory using PowerShell. He'll demonstrate how you can create users using the New-ADUser cmdlet, retrieving users using the Get-ADUser comdlet focusing on the powerful filter parameter, modifying their attributes using the Set-ADUser cmdlet, and finally, removing them from Active Directory using the Remove-ADUser cmdlet.
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Creating and Managing OU using Powershell
 
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WINDOWS POWERSHELL TUTORIAL IN HINDI In this video i will show you how to user powershell cmdlet to create and manage OU in Windows Server 2016 Active Directory in Hindi.
Views: 892 EmpiarTech
3. Creating and Managing OU with GUI and Powershell
 
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In this video we will see how we can create and manage OU in Active Directory using Active Directory Users and Computers console as well as we will also use Windows PowerShell to create and delete Organizational Unit in Windows Server 2016 Active Directory.
Views: 3456 MSFT WebCast
Windows Server 2008: modify active directory users with powershell
 
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This is a video about how to modify users in Active Directory Users and Computers in PowerShell. This is a simple script, but they can be much more complex. The trick is to get to be more familiar with it and then you can crank out scripts on the fly. I made this video on Windows Server 2008, but you can use powershell on Windows 7, Vista, XP, Server 2008, and Server 2003. Commands used... $objUser=[ADSI]"LDAP://cn=Stavro Mueller, ou=people, dc=my, dc=domain" $objUser.put("company","Wingnuts, inc") $objUser.setinfo() Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 33360 Chris Walker
05 - Powershell for Active Directory - Stale Object Cleanup
 
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05 - Learn how to clean up stale objects in Active Directory, using PowerShell. See how to clean up dates, users, computers, and groups.
Views: 5223 RG Edu
PowerShell and AD groups
 
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More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com If like me you have better things to be doing than crreate and populate groups all day in the Ad see how we can speed the process up using PowerShell from the command line in Windows. I have no problems with Active Directory User and Computers but you will see how quick PowerShell can be if you have many groups to play with. We will look at New-AdGroup , Add-ADGroupMember , Remove-ADGroupMember, Get-ADGroupMember and Remove-ADGroup
Views: 23097 theurbanpenguin
07 - Powershell for Active Directory - Recovery
 
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07 - Prevent accidental deletion, using the Recycle Bin, and see how you can recover deleted objects. See demos on how to protect from accidental deletion, manage the Recycle Bin, and perform attribute recovery.
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Get members of all Active Directory Groups with PowerShell
 
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Have you ever taken over Active Directory Administration duties at an organization that has a fully functional AD architecture? In some cases this is great, just set down in the seat and watch it all work as normal. However, at some point in time, you will need to know what users have what access to what resources, what users are Domain Admins etc... In a smaller organizational this may not be such a daunting task, simply clicking through ADUC might suffice. In larger organizational with 100's and users and maybe 100's of groups, clicking through ADUC is not going to cut it. Using some PowerShell magic this task is pretty easy no matter what the size of Active Directory. Download Link: http://www.signalwarrant.com/2016/06/16/get-members-security-groups-active-directory-w-powershell/ Recommended Reading Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches - http://amzn.to/2spBc7u PowerShell in Depth 2nd Edition - http://amzn.to/2uJIOTf An Administrator's Guide: Powershell in Depth - http://amzn.to/2upRUFw Windows PowerShell Best Practices - http://amzn.to/2tIo0ys Windows PowerShell Cookbook: The Complete Guide to Scripting Microsoft's Command Shell - http://amzn.to/2spOSzo Sound Effects: http://soundbible.com/ Website: www.signalwarrant.com Twitter: @signalwarrant Facebook: facebook.com/signalwarrant/ Google +: plus.google.com/113307879414407675617 YouTube Subscribe link: https://www.youtube.com/c/SignalWarrant1?sub_confirmation=1
Views: 13393 SignalWarrant
Extracting Last Logon Time from Active Directory using Powershell.mov
 
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The source code in this script can be obtained here: http://it-audit.sans.org/blog/2012/03/05/identifying-inactive-and-unnecessary-user-accounts-in-active-directory-with-powershell The original video can be found here: http://auditcasts.com A common question in an audit of information resources is whether or not accounts for users are being properly managed. One aspect of that is determining whether or not the accounts created are needed while another is looking for evidence that accounts for terminated users are being disabled or deleted in a timely fashion. An easy way to answer both of these questions is through the use of Active Directory queries! This screencast demonstrates exactly how to do just that. While it's true that the information that we're looking for can be obtained directly from the Active Directory using tools like DSQuery and DSGet, in the long term I think it's far wiser to learn a little bit of basic scripting that will allow you to perform just about any kind of query you'd ever want to in Active Directory, even if your admins have customized the Active Directory Schema! Learning to write Powershell scripts, though, can seem daunting. Not only will we have to face the differences between different versions of Powershell and the .NET requirements that sometimes lead to software conflicts when we're still using some legacy code, but some Powershell scripts just look downright confusing! Not to worry. Rather than trying to learn everything that there is to know about Powershell and directory queries, there's a great deal of value in learning some basic "recipes" that can be used to extract useful data using a script. Once we've got a good handle on the recipe, it's much easier to just adjust the "ingredients", if you will, to get at what we're looking for. In the various classes that I teach for Auditors, whenever there's an opportunity to do so, I strongly recommend that auditors take some time to learn some basic scripting. This screencast is a perfect example. Once you've got a few of the basics in the script, you can easily modify the script to look for just about anything you'd want to. Not only that, you can make those modifications without ever really getting a deep understanding of exactly what an Active Directory Search object is and how it works! To get you started, I've included the source code written in the screencast that goes with this posting. This code will determine your current domain and then extract all objects that are of class "User" (which includes computers, by the way) and give you CSV format output of the fully distinguished name, the SAM account name and the date of the last logon. To use this code, just create a new Powershell script file as described in the screencast and have at it!
Views: 35625 David Hoelzer
How To Manage Active Directory Group Policy Objects (GPOs) Using PowerShell
 
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If you enjoyed this video, be sure to head over to http://techsnips.io to get free access to our entire library of content! Working with GPOs is typically done via the Group Policy Management Console but did you know you didn't need it? We can use PowerShell! It may be more difficult at first but by using the know-how covered in this video, you'll learn how to create GPOs with PowerShell, set the registry values that are modified with GPOs and remove GPOs as well. Using commands like Get-GPO and Get-GPOReport to see what settings are inside a GPO, Get/Set-GPRegistryValue to find and modify what registry keys a GPO changes as well as using an awesome community module, we'll cover all the bases when it comes to working with GPOs. We won't ever leave the PowerShell console! Well...once but don't tell!
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How To Manage Active Directory Trusts With PowerShell
 
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If you enjoyed this video, be sure to head over to http://techsnips.io to get free access to our entire library of content! Establishing and maintaining Active Directory trusts is a task that's not too common. Unless you're in a large enterprise, chances are, you're going to need to create one when your company acquires a new company or perhaps you decide to segment out your Active Directory forest. Regardless, it's possible to do with this PowerShell thus decreasing fat-finger syndrome and enabling automation. In this video, Adam goes through the entire life cycle of creating Active Directory forest trusts with PowerShell. He'll show you how to create forest trusts with PowerShell, remove them, test forest trusts with PowerShell to ensure they're working and finally end with a set of simple-to-use functions to ease this process in the future. Prerequisites include: - (2) domain controllers running Windows Server 2016 VMs on the same network under separate forests - PowerShell Remoting enabled and available on both domain controllers - (2) Enterprise Admin accounts in both forests
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Creating AD Users from CSV with Powershell | InstructorPaul.com
 
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Learn how to build your own IT lab: https://www.instructorpaul.com/webinar/ Creating AD Users from CSV with Powershell - Please like, comment and subscribe =) In this video you are going to learn how to create Active Directory user accounts based on a CSV file with Powershell. Everything about this video is 100% free and for you! - Website: InstructorPaul.com
Views: 26263 Instructor Paul
Active Directory Maintenance: Finding Stale Computer Objects w/ PowerShell
 
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If you're in a large Enterprise you may have computer objects lurking in Active Directory that have not authenticated to the Domain in a while. This script will allow you to find those objects, disable them and move them to an alternate Organizational Unit. Download Link: http://www.signalwarrant.com/2016/04/07/active-directory-maintenance-finding-stale-computer-objects-w-powershell/ Recommended Reading Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches - http://amzn.to/2spBc7u PowerShell in Depth 2nd Edition - http://amzn.to/2uJIOTf An Administrator's Guide: Powershell in Depth - http://amzn.to/2upRUFw Windows PowerShell Best Practices - http://amzn.to/2tIo0ys Windows PowerShell Cookbook: The Complete Guide to Scripting Microsoft's Command Shell - http://amzn.to/2spOSzo Music: http://www.bensound.com Website: www.signalwarrant.com Twitter: @signalwarrant Facebook: facebook.com/signalwarrant/ Google +: plus.google.com/113307879414407675617
Views: 2613 SignalWarrant
How To Manage Active Directory Groups with PowerShell
 
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If you enjoyed this video, be sure to head over to http://techsnips.io to get free access to our entire library of content! Active Directory groups are a simple but very powerfully source of control for any Windows admin. They make our life a lot easier as admins and are a greate target for scripting and automation with PowerShell. In this topic we look at what can be done with PowerShell to Create, Update and Remove Active Directory groups. We explore cmdlets like New-ADGroup for creating the group. We look at cmdlets like Add-ADGroupMember and Remove-ADGroupMember for updating the membership of the group. By the end we should have all we need to control and create Active Directory groups in PowerShell. Prerequisites include: You will need the 'ActiveDirectory' module installed and loaded.
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How To Manage Active Directory Sites Using PowerShell
 
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If you enjoyed this video, be sure to head over to http://techsnips.io to get free access to our entire library of content! Sites are wonderful things in Active Directory because of how powerful being able to control AD traffic between subnets can be if you have remote sites or even just a lot of sites. being able to manage these sites using PowerShell makes them a whole lot better in my opinion. In this video, Anthony will run you through the basics of managing Active Directory sites using PowerShell. You'll be shown how to create a site using New-ADReplicationSite, how to retrieve information about a site using Get-ADReplicationSite, how to set the properties of a site using Set-ADReplicationSite, and ultimately how to remove a site using Remove-ADReplicationSite. Prerequisites include: Active Directory PowerShell Module Permissions to manage Sites in Active Directory
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Windows 2012 Install Active Directory via powershell
 
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Active Directory installation with this powershell script: Install-windowsfeature -name AD-Domain-Services --IncludeManagementTools Import-Module ADDSDeployment Install-ADDSForest ` -DatabasePath "C:\Windows\NTDS" ` -DomainMode "Win2012" ` -DomainName "mijndom.local" ` -DomainNetBIOSName "MIJNDOM" ` -ForestMode "Win2012" ` -InstallDNS:$true ` -LogPath "C:\Windows\NTDS" ` -NoRebootOnCompletion:$false ` -SYSVOLPath "C:\Windows\SYSVOL" -Force:$true
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Powershell to change password for Multiple Users in Active Directory Domain Services
 
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Purchase Genuine Windows 10 and Favorite Games at cheaper Rates : - http://bit.ly/2LZtHlM Please watch: "[Fixed] - windows cannot find the microsoft software license terms windows 10" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlgN0tI-gXU -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Powershell to change password for Multiple Users in Active Directory Domain Services. How to reset password for multiple users in active directory domain services with the help of Powershell script at one go. So, in this video I am going to show you powershell script to reset passsword for multiple users with the help of Set-ADAccountPassword. Scenario 1 We have create multiple users and would like to reset password for all of them. With the help of this Powershell tutorial we can change password for multiple users Scenario 2 Because of some security reasons we would like to bulk password reset in active directory. If you like the videos uploaded on my channel, please do like them, subscribe & share with your friends. Thanks. Facebook:- https://www.facebook.com/WindowsITExperts/ Twitter:- https://twitter.com/WindowsITExp Website:- https://windowsitexperts.com Subscribe Link :- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRC1DRiXiAD6_FvFCUVsJ5A
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PowerShell Script to Add/Remove/Update Users from CSV File to Active Directory
 
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This is one way you can import users from a CSV file into Active Directory. This script I wrote will remove users from AD if the CSV group membership field is blank, update the password, remove a user from all previous groups and add them back to what's listed in the CSV file. If the user doesn't already exist in AD, the script will create the new user and set all of the proper attributes from the CSV file. Group memberships are also updated. See the updated script here: https://pastebin.com/HmV4ZCAT And as always, the channel's URL: http://rocketcitytech.tv
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PowerShell script-free AD reporting & on-the-fly AD account management - Week 4 (ADManager Plus)
 
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This workshop walks you through various predefined reports and educates you on how to use them for getting information in your AD environment. It includes exercises to help you find help desk groups that are linked to admin groups iteratively; identify and restrict users who have inappropriate access to business-critical data, etc. To learn more visit:https://www.manageengine.com/products/ad-manager/features.html?YouTube Download Free Trial:https://www.manageengine.com/products/ad-manager/download.html?YouTube Product Live Demo:http://demo.admanagerplus.com/?YouTube
Office 365: Managing Office 365 Identities Using PowerShell
 
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This video is a sample from Skillsoft's video course catalog. After watching this video, you will be able to use PowerShell to access the Azure Active Directory cmdlets required to manage cloud identities in Office 365. Skillsoft is the global leader in eLearning. We train more professionals than any other company and we are trusted by the world's leading organizations, including 65 percent of the Fortune 500. At Skillsoft, our mission is to build beautiful technology and engaging content. Our 165,000+ courses, videos and books are accessed more than 130 million times every month, in 160 countries and 29 languages. With 100% cloud access, anytime, anywhere.
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Powershell Script to Create Multiple Active Directory OU Structure
 
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Please watch: "[Fixed] - windows cannot find the microsoft software license terms windows 10" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlgN0tI-gXU -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Hello guys this is Nilesh Kamble, from Windowsitexperts.com and in this video we're going to see how to create Active directory OU in Windows server 2012 R2. We can create active directory ou structure from active directory users and computers, with the help of powershell one liner and with the help of powershell script for multiple OU creation. so these are the methods I am going to show you in this video. so let's have a look at this video thanks and don't forget to subscribe. Script Credit: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/23583863/in-powershell-how-do-i-create-parent-and-children-ous-at-the-same-time#new-answer If you like the videos uploaded on my channel, please do like them, subscribe & share with your friends. Thanks. Facebook:- https://www.facebook.com/WindowsITExperts/ Twitter:- https://twitter.com/WindowsITExp Website:- https://windowsitexperts.com Subscribe Link :- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRC1DRiXiAD6_FvFCUVsJ5A
Views: 1490 Windowsitexperts

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