Posts Tagged ‘PowerShell’

PowerShell: Compare Membership Of Two Active Directory Groups

At my company we have a web filtering solution (McAfee Web Protection) where we use Active Directory groups assigned to specific web filtering policies.¬†Even though these groups are not supposed to have duplicate user accounts, over time, with multiple people administering them, that is exactly what has occurred. I needed a quick way to compare…
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How To Use PowerShell To Connect To Office 365 And Recursively Add Mailbox Folder Permissions

In case you haven’t noticed, Microsoft is making you do more and more with PowerShell. Features we’d love to see in a GUI interface instead require commands and scripts. Okay, this is good when you want to automate things, but not so great for the occasional need. For example, where I work we occasionally need…
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Active Directory Shadow Groups: How To Automatically Add OU Users To Security Groups

Remember Novell? Remember NDS or eDirectory as it later became known? NDS might be mostly dead, in favor of AD (Active Directory), but NDS did have many advantages over AD, and one of them was the ability to assign rights (permissions) via OU membership. Want to give users in a specific OU access to a…
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