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I put this in here to get the autobiographer badge. I'm sure you understand, and am technically not cheating as you now know what kind of person I am.


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accepted Is there a way to tell how long a machine has been in an security group?
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comment Is there a way to tell how long a machine has been in an security group?
Awesome. Now all I have to do is upgrade all the DCs to 2012 :-P
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comment Is there a way to tell how long a machine has been in an security group?
This is cool. But you're saying you'd have to create a separate group for each machine, nested in the group I want them removed from? Thanks!
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comment How can I pull non-default properties from active directory using get-adgroupmember
Sorry, I didn't understand your answer. Makes sense now.
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comment How can I pull non-default properties from active directory using get-adgroupmember
TheCleaner - There's a lot of red tape with getting software approved for use.
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accepted How can I pull non-default properties from active directory using get-adgroupmember
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comment How can I pull non-default properties from active directory using get-adgroupmember
I don't mind doing it in two commands. Currently, I can store the list of users with: get-adgroup -f {displayname -eq 'groupname'} | get-adgroupmember | select-object samaccountname