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IT Director by day, tech enthusiast, homebrewer, dad, husband, etc by night. Things I use: slackware,Linux, Windows, windows phone, VirtualBox, Tiki, AD, Subsonic, Amahi, Powershell, and more. Things I'm learning: iOS programming; PowerShell Find my tech blog [tiki.gmartin.org][1] [1]: http://tiki.gmartin.org


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revised Monitoring multiple linux servers and automatically restore services or reboot
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revised Best practice for organisation wide user management
power shell -> PowerShell so it shows up in searches
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comment Is my understanding of Microsoft data interaction correct?
Assuming you are on at least Exchange 2003, then, yes, it uses AD as its directory service.
Jul
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comment setting dns cache to give internal address responses to my domain requests for my externally accessible server
I use split DNS for my home and work network. If the volume of records is small it's not horrible to manage, but you gave to remember...
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revised Unable to identify properties on item in powershell
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revised How to find computer accounts that are no longer needed in AD
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revised VBS Scripting - Access LDAP User object with samAccountName
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revised VBS Scripting - Access LDAP User object with samAccountName
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May
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comment How to map drives to a specific user (rather than security group)?
What kind of script is that? VBS?
May
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comment How to map drives to a specific user (rather than security group)?
You might ask your non-profit to check with TechSoup for cheap software upgrades.
May
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revised How to find computer accounts that are no longer needed in AD
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answered VBS Scripting - Access LDAP User object with samAccountName
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comment How to find computer accounts that are no longer needed in AD
The 90 days on the shelf is somewhat of a moot issue. After that long, the computer account will need to be reset anyway.
May
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answered How to find computer accounts that are no longer needed in AD
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revised Unable to identify properties on item in powershell
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answered Unable to identify properties on item in powershell
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comment VBS Scripting - Access LDAP User object with samAccountName
Given that VBS is nearly obsolete, I highly recommend you try this in powershell. It will be nearly trivial using get-aduser and set-aduser get-aduser bsmith |Unlock-ADAccount