Distribution Group clean-up using PowerShell
One of the downsides of old environments is the scope (and necessity) for clean-up. It often happens that there are more groups in an environment than users. And it is certainly not uncommon. In today’s post, we look at a... [ScriptInside]: >_
Find the computer responsible for user account lockout
Most enterprises of today have a set of security policies that govern how an Active Directory account is handled. Most environments today also have a strong password policy. Some have account lockout policies as well. In most environments I’ve worked... [ScriptInside]: >_
Exchange database inventory using PowerShell
With the new year come new resolutions. Oh, I was talking about the site. PowerShell Pro will now show some PowerShell scripts that would help you with automation. Today’s automation snippet is all about getting an inventory of all mailboxes... [ScriptInside]: >_
Remoting in PowerShell
PowerShell truly becomes powerful when it is made to handle tasks remotely. While this is amazing, stakeholders in many organisations may be opposed to the idea of remotely managing computers using PowerShell. In most cases, security is the elephant in...
Understanding streams in PowerShell
In the past, we have spoken about how cmdlets output objects, and how output can be piped from one cmdlet to another. If you ever encountered errors or warnings or verbose output in the execution that involved outputting content to...