Add Domain User to Local Admin on Multiple Servers

Add Domain User to Local Admin on Multiple Servers Upon multiple requests, uploading my Old Script to Add Domain User to Local Admin on Multiple Servers.

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537 total views, 1 views today

Add Domain User to Local Admin on Multiple Servers

Add Domain User to Local Admin on Multiple Servers Upon multiple requests, uploading my Old Script to Add Domain User to Local Admin on Multiple Servers.

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1,408 total views, 1 views today

Configure Lotus Notes as the default e-mail client via GPO

Consider these requirements/instructions before you proceed with configuring Lotus Notes as a default mail client in the environment This article assumes that the Notes on the Clients are installed on the same location, if that is not the case: Create Individual GPOs and assign them […]

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Fix Missing Replication Object in Active Directory

How to create a replication connection object in Sites and Services manually (not replication connections, which are actually created by KCC), I am looking at how to create Replication Links, which are essential in creating a connection. Why do we need to do this ? […]

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AD Group Membership (Member(s) and Member of)

AD Group Membership (Member(s) and Member of) #powershell script to pull AD Group Membership using traditional ADSI method Will collect both Members and Member of Run the script in this format: .\ListGroupMembers.ps1 -DomainName -GroupName “Domain admins”

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1,394 total views, no views today

List Remote Domain(s) Trusts & Functional Levels – Powershell Script

Powershell Script to List Multiple Remote Domain(s) Trusts and Functional Levels including the Trust Status. Copy all the Domains you wish to get this report run on a text file and name it “domains.txt” Place it in the same location as the script and run […]

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Audit User Logon and Logoff

What? We are Trying to get a list of users who Logged on/off/failed. Why? Now.. Why do we need this data ? Audit to start with. While on a Service Restoration call of an outage, to determine if any one logged in and made any […]

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Issues with Windows Gateway after Restart

What? Though the default gateway is set successfully and it does report you the correct configuration when you run ipconfig /all command. You tend to loose it or finds missing after the computer restarts Why? If you double-click the following registry entry, you find that […]

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Converting Windows Editions (2008 & 2012)

What? Convert a Windows 2008 or 2012 Server from Standard > Enterprise > Data-center Why? Several reasons including but not limited to: You have installed a Standard Edition and realized, it needs to be an Enterprise post deployment of applications and server sign off. Your […]

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Audit Selected Software From Multiple Servers

This script will search for multiple installed software from various computers and creates an excel sheet with the data. it is a VBScript and needs Microsoft Excel installed on the server that this script will run from. Servers.txt needs to be present with a each […]

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Network Info / inventory

Creates an Excel File with the Network Info / inventory of all the computers that are listed in servers.txt Needs Excel to be installed on the machine that the script will be run from. Queries and reports the listed items: Machine Name [Which is provided […]

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Audit Server Reboots (Powershell Script)

As an extension to my article on how to Audit Server Reboots, I have put forth a small script that might come handy. I consciously choose implementing WMI rather than inbuilt command lets as there were several Legacy OS’s still in our enterprise and using […]

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Determine Windows Shutdown and Restart times

Here is what every Windows Admin will have to learn sooner or later., how do we know when the server got rebooted ? Who rebooted it ? was that a clean shutdown or an unexpected one ? So, how do we tell this ? Just […]

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Windows 2012 and Remote Desktop Services

While installing RDS on Windows 2012 you can run into weird issues, one of which is the installation  stops all of a sudden and asks you to check the mighty “Event Viewer”. Here is what I have tried and learned over the time, most of […]

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