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comment Is it possible to add permissions to an Active Directory account using PowerShell?
Thanks, I'm marking this as the right answer because the link you provided is the closest to a pure PowerShell solution. I had stumbled upon it too, but thought that maybe there was something easier. Thanks again!
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accepted Is it possible to add permissions to an Active Directory account using PowerShell?
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comment Is it possible to add permissions to an Active Directory account using PowerShell?
@Tim, the "create the PowerShell script" bit is the one I'm having problems with :-) I haven't found any cmdlet that lets you add those permissions to an account. Does it exist?
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asked Is it possible to add permissions to an Active Directory account using PowerShell?
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accepted Saltstack: is it possible to forbid certain commands when using cmd.run?
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comment Saltstack: is it possible to forbid certain commands when using cmd.run?
Not really. But the only answer is probably right, so I'll mark the question as answered.
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comment iptables on Linux router does not forward DHCP between two LANs
I agree with @richardb. The only way to do what you're after is using a DHCP relay (isc-dhcp-relay in Ubuntu and Debian).
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comment High throughput meshed VPN to connect datacenter hosts
@syneticon-dj, would you care to elaborate on this? Do you mean you can route several networks through an IPSec link without the need for several SA configurations, as now stands with Openswan?
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comment Open Stack, attempting to launch instance: libvirtError: unsupported configuration: CPU specification not supported by hypervisor
I don't know anything about OpenStack, so I could be completely wrong, but just in case: are you sure that you can run OpenStack's hypervisor on AWS instances? I understand that you can create the "ecosystem" that OpenStack needs (the support servers), but creating virtual machines on the top of another virtual machine seems a bit far-fetched. Though I'd love to be corrected.
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comment Linux- Permission denied?
If this is Ubuntu, please remember that it uses upstart, not "common" init or dependency-based boot, as Debian does. There's a reason the insserv package doesn't bundle /sbin/insserv in Ubuntu, while it does in Debian. Your best bet would be to add a upstart configuration file in /etc/init for the neo4j service, instead of trying to use a script in init.d. I know this is not the answer to your question, but I hope to address the real problem instead :-)
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accepted Alternatives to amavis for RAM-bound server
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answered Monitoring folder diffs across servers with zabbix
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answered Ubuntu syslog: After log rotation nothing is written on /var/log/syslog