Find OUs with Users, Contacts, Groups – PowerShell

Recently I found myself involved with a new company helping them with an Active Directory migration. Their plan is to converge separate forests into one new forest. Since I was new to the environment I wanted to really get a better understanding of what I was dealing with. With this I opened my trusty PowerShell […]

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Increase Exchange 2010 OWA Signature Field

  After recently receiving a new signature format this morning I was faced with an issue regarding the length of my signature. Typically you can get around this by using transport rules, however this was not an option based on how the signature format was given to us. After about 30 minutes of Google searching […]

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Ping Multiple Hosts with PowerShell and Return Useful Information

A lot of our time in IT is spent making sure systems are up and running. Most times our first test when troubleshooting an issue is to perform a PING command. For that reason I have created the script below which in essence just performs the Test-Connection cmdlet. This script only provides me the useful information that I want […]

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Connect to Multiple vCenter Servers with Password File

I’ve been getting tired lately of having to use the “get-credential” cmdlet in Powershell when I want to connect to various items. Thanks fully after some research I came across a cmdlet that is provided as part of the PowerCLI Toolkit. Thanks to Chris Nakagaki (http://tech.zsoldier.com/2011/09/save-powercli-login-credentials-to-xml.html) for originally posting about this a year ago. I […]

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Copy Group Memberships from one user to another

Have you ever found yourself needing to copy 1 user’s group memberships to another user in order to make sure both had identical permissions needed for their daily job? I’ve had to do this far more times than I’d like to count. Typically it’s easiest to do this upon creation of the new user’s account […]

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Browse for File to POSH Variable

After many months of getting tired of typing in an entire directory path when using the “Read-Host” command to import a text file or CSV file I went looking for commands to present a popup box to let me browse for a file, then have that file’s path be presented to a variable. This example […]

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Find CD Drive Letter(s)

I was presented with an issue the other day where I needed to mount an ISO to a VM, then run a program which was housed on that CD Drive. I could not find a central, easy way using PowerShell to find what the letter the CD Drive was so I decided I would create […]

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