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Tag Archives: ActiveDirectory
There are some delegations of permissions within Active Directory which cannot be made without extra effort. Some properties are flagged as hidden in a file called Dssec.dat, in %windir%\System32 on computers with the Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) MMC. … Continue reading
Over time, Active Directory delegations tend to accumulate and drift from the standards in the enterprise. Removing the delegations for a user or group can be slow, especially if you do it manually. Microsoft has a good article about this process, but … Continue reading
Add-ADTSInfo.ps1 adds TerminalServicesHomeDrive, TerminalServicesHomeDirectory, TerminalServicesProfilePath and AllowLogon as additional members returned by a query of Active Directory user objects. As you may know, when looking at a user’s properties in the Active Directory Users and Computers MMC there is a tab … Continue reading
I’ve updated one of my favorite and most used PowerShell Scripts, Convert-ADValues. Read the revised post, here.
So, I wrote a pretty cool script and sent it to a co-worker. I wrote it on a Windows 7 PC with the RSAT tools installed. My friend tried to run it on a 2008 R2 server with PowerShell 3.0, … Continue reading