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AvB Powershell | ≥ get-scripts {where code -eq "Powershell"} | Put-Scripts -to UsableActions | Format-Blog -AutoSize AvB Powershell ≥ get-scripts {where code -eq "Powershell"} | Put-Scripts -to UsableActions | Format-Blog -AutoSize Home Links About Albert van Boerum Create an user Posted on 7 March 2017 by Albert van Boerum Leave a comment This script creates a new ad user based on the following: display a gui form for information about the user determines the username based on company standards Sets some AD and profiles/home folder information based on the location of the user sets the default AD groups creates a mailbox for the users creates homefolders and profile folders creates a welcome note for the user, based on the users information Read more ? Posted in AD, User Management ISE Steroids – a must have for powershell users Posted on 20 February 2017 by Albert van Boerum Leave a comment I went recently to a gathering of powershell enthusiasts and the discussion started about the tools we are using. One of the tools that got my attentions is ISE Steroids. I will try to explain why I think this is such a great add-on for use powershell users. First of all, I am not a 24/7 powershell user. I manage windows systems and use a variety of different tools for this and of course I still use the mouse more frequently then the console. There is still a bright future for me somewhere ?? For some years I use powershell and I force myself to use the standard tools as they are everywhere available. Every system I manage has Powershell console and ISE on it. This is untill the last meeting. When I heard of ISE Steroids and saw that the “big users” are enteusiast about it and use it on a daily bases, I started to download the tool for myself and started to view my own code with ISE Steroids. This was an eye opener for me. Read more ? Posted in Tools Get detailed tracking information about specific email messages in Exchange Posted on 23 November 2016 by Albert van Boerum Leave a comment To receive detailed information from the tracking log use Get-MessageTrackingLog PowerShell Get-MessageTrackingLog -recipients myname@company.org -sender name@othercompany.org -Start (get-date).AddDays(-2) |select * |Out-GridView 1 Get-MessageTrackingLog -recipients myname@company.org -sender name@othercompany.org -Start (get-date).AddDays(-2) |select * |Out-GridView Posted in Exchange Uninstall software from multiple computers Posted on 9 November 2016 by Albert van Boerum Leave a comment To uninstall software from multiple computers you must determine the name of the software you want to uninstall. Get the list of installed applications from a computer: PowerShell Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Product | select name 1 Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Product | select name If you want to see the programs on a remote computer user the -computername option. Find the program you want to uninstall, for example “Sophos Patch Agent” from 3 computers: PowerShell $collection = 'wks001','wks002','wks003' foreach ($item in $collection) { $app = Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Product -Filter "Name = 'Sophos Patch Agent'" -ComputerName $item $app.Uninstall() } 1 2 3 4 5 6 $collection = 'wks001','wks002','wks003' foreach ($item in $collection) { $app = Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Product -Filter "Name = 'Sophos Patch Agent'" -ComputerName $item $app.Uninstall() } This will uninstall the software (one at a time) from the computers. Posted in Computermanagement, Workstation manangement Install software on multiple computers simultaneous Posted on 31 October 2016 by Albert van Boerum Leave a comment Install software on multiple computers simultaneous. Also, first make sure the server from which you install the software accepts the CredSSP connection. PowerShell icm { Enable-WSManCredSSP -Role Server -Force} -ComputerName NameOfTheServer 1 icm { Enable-WSManCredSSP -Role Server -Force} -ComputerName NameOfTheServer You need to use CredSSP for authentication because Powershell has a build-in protection against multi-hop use. Run the next code to install the software. PowerShell $cred = Get-Credential $allpcs = Get-ADComputer -Filter {(Name -like "wks*") -and (enabled -eq "true")} | Select-Object -expand Name Enable-WSManCredSSP -Role client -DelegateComputer $allepcs -Force icm {\\server\share\Setup.exe} -Computer $allpcs -Authentication Credssp -Credential $cred 1 2 3 4 5 $cred = Get-Credential $allpcs = Get-ADComputer -Filter {(Name -like "wks*") -and (enabled -eq "true")} | Select-Object -expand Name Enable-WSManCredSSP -Role client -DelegateComputer $allepcs -Force icm {\\server\share\Setup.exe} -Computer $allpcs -Authentication Credssp -Credential $cred Posted in Computermanagement, Workstation manangement Remove deduplication from a volume with powershell Posted on 17 October 2016 by Albert van Boerum Leave a comment First check if there is enough diskspace to expand the files to there original size, plus the size of the current deduplication database. remove the optimization from the volume PowerShell Start-DedupJob -Volume D: -Type Unoptimization 1 Start-DedupJob -Volume D: -Type Unoptimization See the results of the running Job: PowerShell Get-Dedup-Job 1 Get-Dedup-Job Next, clean up the database. For this, deduplication must be turned on. PowerShell Start-DedupJob D: -Type GarbageColletion -full 1 Start-DedupJob D: -Type GarbageColletion -full To turn on deduplication you can explude folders so the deduplication is running but does not do any dedup work. PowerShell Set-DedupVolume -Volume D: -ExludeFolder d:\dfs Enable-DedupVolume -Volume D: 1 2 Set-DedupVolume -Volume D: -ExludeFolder d:\dfs Enable-DedupVolume -Volume D: When all is done, disable dedup and remove the feature. PowerShell Disable-DedupVolume -Volume D: Remove-WindowsFeature FS-Data-Deduplication 1 2 Disable-DedupVolume -Volume D: Remove-WindowsFeature FS-Data-Deduplication Posted in File management Get Lockedout events from the security eventlog from the PDC Posted on 3 October 2016 by Albert van Boerum Leave a comment Script to Get Lockedout events from the security eventlog from the PDC PowerShell $DomainController = Get-ADDomainController -Service PrimaryDC -Discover Get-WinEvent -ComputerName $DomainController -FilterHashtable @{logname='security';ID=4740} 1 2 $DomainController = Get-ADDomainController -Service PrimaryDC -Discover Get-WinEvent -ComputerName $DomainController -FilterHashtable @{logname='security';ID=4740} Posted in User Management Show activesync users with powershell Posted on 29 September 2016 by Albert van Boerum Leave a comment Powershell command to display the users who uses Active-sync to connect with smartphones to the exchange server. PowerShell $Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri http://cas001/PowerShell/ -Authentication Kerberos Import-PSSession $Session Get-CASMailbox -Filter {hasactivesyncdevicepartnership -eq $true -and ActiveSyncEnabled -eq $true} 1 2 3 4 $Session = New-PSSessi...

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