In our continuing “trench tales” series, here’s a solution to a problem many beleaguered IT pros ask: Where’s my disk space?
Here’s how to use PowerShell to get a list of user subnets associated with each Active Directory site to ensure there are no incorrect assignments.
Upgrading Active Directory forests to Windows Server 2016 can be a big job. Here’s a walk-through of a sample migration that can help make your task easier.
If an organizational unit is deleted accidentally, objects in the unit will also be deleted. Here’s how to enable protection setting to prevent this.
If you don't use PowerShell to manage Active Directory, you have probably been wasting valuable time. Here’s some tips and scripts to get you going.
Burnish your PowerShell skills with these easy scripts that can help you collect Active Directory objects counts and lists.
Patching domain controllers is crucial to avoid security risks. This PowerShell script will gather the last patching status from all domain controllers.