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Aug
12
answered Enable GPO Administrative Templates System Node
Aug
11
comment Which policy hides all desktop items?
Is the "User Experience" feature installed? serverfault.com/questions/646935/…
Aug
6
answered Showing the OU a contact belongs to in GAL?
Aug
6
revised Accounts suddenly expiring when created with 'NET USER /ADD /expires:NEVER'
updated for local accounts
Aug
5
revised Accounts suddenly expiring when created with 'NET USER /ADD /expires:NEVER'
enhanced password secure string var
Aug
5
revised Accounts suddenly expiring when created with 'NET USER /ADD /expires:NEVER'
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Aug
5
answered Accounts suddenly expiring when created with 'NET USER /ADD /expires:NEVER'
Jul
30
comment Remote Desktop will not connect using hostname, DNS issue related to WLAN/LAN switching
Are you using DHCP for the clients in question?
Jul
28
revised Find the latest string based on time and display those
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Jul
28
answered Find the latest string based on time and display those
Jul
27
comment How to cast as ArrayList AND preset data in param block?
Looks like a bug(?) when Powershell processes the CLI args. The implied CLI vartype [array] if overriding what is specified in the paramblock [arraylist]. I gave it a try, but all I could come up with is a slightly different work around that still manipulated $properties outside of the param block. You can do the following to pass it as an arraylist, and it works, but them usage becomes rather clunky. #line1#[System.Collections.ArrayList]$al = "grey","purple" #line2#test-me -properties $al
Jul
27
revised Bulk Update AD Attribues with Employee ID as matched key
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Jul
24
revised Bulk Update AD Attribues with Employee ID as matched key
Updated code
Jul
23
comment Bulk Update AD Attribues with Employee ID as matched key
Does the CSV have values for each field of each user? Are any of them null/blank?
Jul
23
revised Bulk Update AD Attribues with Employee ID as matched key
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Jul
23
answered Bulk Update AD Attribues with Employee ID as matched key
Jul
23
comment Bulk Update AD Attribues with Employee ID as matched key
Easiest to discuss if you modify original post with "current" code. Within the "$Users | foreach" loop "$users" does not exist. Use "$_" for the current object of each loop iteration, aka $_.samaccountname.
Jul
22
comment Add A record to Windows AD DNS remotely via cmdline?
If you're using DHCP, you could also have the DHCP server register the DNS name on behalf of the client.
Jul
22
comment AD keeps local accounts from timing out?
Why do you only have 1 domain controller? Build another for redundancy <easyButton>
Jul
22
answered dns a records become static