Microsoft provides three PowerShell cmdlets to work with Windows Server roles and features. Here’s a tutorial with step-by-step instructions how to use them.
Nirmal Sharma is a MCSEx3, MCITP and was awarded the Microsoft MVP award in Directory Services and Windows Networking. He specializes in Microsoft Azure, Office 365, Directory Services, Failover Clusters, Hyper-V, PowerShell Scripting and System Center products. Nirmal has been involved with Microsoft Technologies since 1994. In his spare time, he likes to help others and share some of his knowledge by writing tips and articles on various sites and contributing to PowerShell-based Dynamic Packs for www.ITDynamicPacks.Net solutions.
If you need to allow users from a different Active Directory forest to access resources in your production AD, you will be required to create an external trust. Here’s how […]
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