Wilfredo Lanz

Using PowerShell to Manage AD and AD Users

Windows PowerShell is an important tool to automate system and network administration tasks that otherwise would be too time consuming and tedious to execute. This article reviews using PowerShell 4.0 to install Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), managing the AD PSDrive, and using the AD module for Windows PowerShell to administer AD users in a Windows Server 2012 R2 environment.

Windows Server 2012 DNS (Part 2)

In this second article about the DNS service on Windows Server 2012, we will review the options to install the DNS server role, the step by step installation process, the tools used for DNS administration, and some advanced security configurations.

Windows Server 2012 DHCP (Part 2)

In this second installment about the Windows Server 2012 DHCP service, I will review important issues related to performance, availability, redundancy, and fault tolerance. These are common challenges that most system administrators must deal with when managing DHCP in an enterprise environment.

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