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Check Last Logon Information in Exchange 2019
 
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Check Last Logon Information in Exchange 2019 1. Prepare - DC1 : Domain Controller(Yi.vn) - DC2 : Exchange Server 2019 - WIN101 : Client 2. Step by step - WIN101 : Check HiepIT's mailbox + Start - Outlook 2016 - logon HiepIT's mailbox - DC11 : Check Last Logon Information of HiepIT's mailbox + Using interface : + Start - Exchange Administrative Center - logon - recipients - mailboxes tab - double-click HiepIT - mailbox usage - check "last logon" + Using Exchange Management Shell : + Start - Exchange management shell : + Get-MailboxStatistics HiepIT | Select displayname,LastLogonTime ----------------------------******************** Youtube.com/c/MicrosoftLab ********************------------------------
Views: 53 microsoft lab
Using PowerShell - Get all AD users list with created date, last changed and last login date
 
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Using PowerShell - Get all AD users list with created date, last changed and last login date 1. Prepare - DC1 : Domain Controller(Yi.vn) 2. Step by step : Get all AD users list with created date, last changed and last login date - DC1 : Get all AD users list with created date, last changed and last login date + Using interface, check HiepIT account : + Server Manager - Tools - Actice Directory Users and Computers - View tab : Choose 'Advance Features' - IT OU - Right-Click HiepIT - Properties - Attribute Editor tab, check attribites : + whenCreated, whenChanged, lastlogonTimestamp + Using Windows PowerShell, Get all AD users : + Start - Windows PowerShell, type : + Get-ADUser -Filter * -Properties * | select Name,whenCreated,whenChanged,LastlogonDate -----------------------******************** Youtube.com/c/MicrosoftLab ********************-----------------------
Views: 3598 microsoft lab
Managing Mailbox limits (Quotas) Exchange Server 2016
 
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In this video you will learn how to manage Mail Box dick space on Exchange server 2016.
Views: 38 Usman Lodhi
Securing Exchange Online from modern threats - BRK3148
 
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Email has been around for a long time, and still serves as a key collaboration medium in the modern workplace. Even after all these years, email is still a high priority target for attackers. They are constantly inventing, and re-inventing tools, techniques, and processes (TTPs) to steal data and money from organizations. In this session, we demo the most common attacker TTPs against Exchange Online and explore what you can do to prevent, detect, investigate, and remediate those attacks.
Views: 637 Microsoft Ignite
How To Find Mailbox Sizes In Exchange Using PowerShell
 
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If you enjoyed this video, be sure to head over to http://techsnips.io to get free access to our entire library of content! In this video, Anthony shows us how to look at mailbox sizes in Microsoft Exchange using PowerShell. Using the Get-MailboxStatistics cmdlet, he goes over the TotalItemSize property to show several ways to easily retrieve and organize sizes of one or many mailboxes in PowerShell.
Views: 115 TechSnips
Server 2012 Active Directory kısıtlamaları
 
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Windows Server 2012 Active Directory bazı kısıtlamalar
Views: 262 Sistem Tarafı
EMS : Create more user mailboxes using a CSV file
 
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EMS : Create more user mailboxes using a CSV file 1. Prepare - DC1 : Domain Controller - DC2 : Exchange Server 2. Step by step - DC2 : Create more user mailboxes using a CSV file + Create a Excel file named Mailboxes.xlsx with columns : Name, Alias, UserPrincipalName, OrganizationalUnit + Save As Mailboxes.slsx to Mailboxes.csv + Exchange Management Shell : + $pass = ConvertTo-SecureString -AsPlainText [email protected] -Force # Set password for each mailbox + Import-CSV C:\Mailboxes.CSV | %{New-Mailbox -Name $_.Name -Alias $_.Alias -UserPrincipalName $_.UserPrincipalName -OrganizationalUnit $_.OrganizationalUnit -Password $pass -ResetPasswordOnNextLogon $false} # Create mailboxes from CSV file + Exchange Management Console - Recipient Configuration - Mailbox = Check again
Views: 758 microsoft lab
Basic User Import from CSV | JumpCloud PowerShell Module
 
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This video demonstrates how to use the JumpCloud PowerShell module to import new JumpCloud users from a CSV file. In this example user information is exported from G-Suite, this information is used to populate a CSV file, and then this CSV file is imported using the JumpCloud PowerShell module. JumpCloud support wiki PowerShell module page: https://github.com/TheJumpCloud/support/wiki/Installing-the-JumpCloud-PowerShell-Module Additional Resources: JumpCloud and PowerShell - https://jumpcloud.com/blog/jumpcloud-powershell/ Directory-as-a-Service Administration with PowerShell - https://jumpcloud.com/blog/daas-powershell-administration/
Views: 797 JumpCloud
08 Enable or disable Exchange ActiveSync for a mailbox Exchange online
 
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Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync for a user mailbox. Exchange ActiveSync is a client protocol that lets users synchronize a mobile device with their Exchange mailbox. Exchange ActiveSync is enabled by default when a user mailbox is created. Thank you! Don't Forget to like, comment, share and subscribe to my channel.
Views: 337 Deepak Sumbria
How to manage user account in Active Directory
 
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All AD user account operations, Add groups, password reset, password never expires, Disable AD user account,Delete user Account, Assign a workstation List to an User Account
Inbound Email flow in Exchange 2010 and Telnet Utility
 
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Inbound Email flow in Exchange 2010 and Telnet Utility, Do let me know if you want me to do a video on any particular topic. Comment below!
Views: 46 ExchAdmin
how To Get Exchange Online Dynamic Distribution Group Members
 
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how To Get Exchange Online Dynamic Distribution Group Members Please visit our Office 365 Blog: http://www.cloudproinc.com.au/blog/ visit our blogs: https://www.ntweekly.com https://www.deploycontainers.com
Views: 1008 WWWNTWEEKLYCOM
Audit Service Accounts with Powershell
 
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How would you like to be able to audit your service accounts with powershell so you can tell how many boxes are running on the same account? Well now you can, and it's very easy. Come let me show you how to write a script that you can use to audit all of the SQL service accounts in your environment.
Views: 153 MidnightDBA
How to set PasswordNeverExpires for Office 365 Users
 
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In O365 you can only set a user password to never expire using powershell. Here I show you how to do it. Here are the links I mention in the vid: Support link: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Set-an-individual-user-s-password-to-never-expire-f493e3af-e1d8-4668-9211-230c245a0466?wt.mc_id=o365_portal_mmaven&ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=41950 Azure Active Directory Connection: http://connect.microsoft.com/site1164/Downloads/DownloadDetails.aspx?DownloadID=59185
Views: 137 MidnightDBA
How Enable Account Lockedout by PowerShell and in Active Directory
 
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in this video i want to show all of you about How Enable Account Lockedout by PowerShell and in Active Directory, ==================================================== for more video : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR0jzG5XnZIloFGuQ6tlFNg?view_as=subscriber
(009) How to get Mailbox Database Size with Get-MailboxDatabase on Microsoft Exchange Server
 
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Please subscribe to support our channel. How to get Mailbox Database Size with Get-MailboxDatabase PowerShell command on Microsoft Exchange Server Please subscribe to support our channel. Visit our web site https://www.sdk-it.com
Extracting Last Logon Time from Active Directory using Powershell.mov
 
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The source code in this script can be obtained here: http://it-audit.sans.org/blog/2012/03/05/identifying-inactive-and-unnecessary-user-accounts-in-active-directory-with-powershell The original video can be found here: http://auditcasts.com A common question in an audit of information resources is whether or not accounts for users are being properly managed. One aspect of that is determining whether or not the accounts created are needed while another is looking for evidence that accounts for terminated users are being disabled or deleted in a timely fashion. An easy way to answer both of these questions is through the use of Active Directory queries! This screencast demonstrates exactly how to do just that. While it's true that the information that we're looking for can be obtained directly from the Active Directory using tools like DSQuery and DSGet, in the long term I think it's far wiser to learn a little bit of basic scripting that will allow you to perform just about any kind of query you'd ever want to in Active Directory, even if your admins have customized the Active Directory Schema! Learning to write Powershell scripts, though, can seem daunting. Not only will we have to face the differences between different versions of Powershell and the .NET requirements that sometimes lead to software conflicts when we're still using some legacy code, but some Powershell scripts just look downright confusing! Not to worry. Rather than trying to learn everything that there is to know about Powershell and directory queries, there's a great deal of value in learning some basic "recipes" that can be used to extract useful data using a script. Once we've got a good handle on the recipe, it's much easier to just adjust the "ingredients", if you will, to get at what we're looking for. In the various classes that I teach for Auditors, whenever there's an opportunity to do so, I strongly recommend that auditors take some time to learn some basic scripting. This screencast is a perfect example. Once you've got a few of the basics in the script, you can easily modify the script to look for just about anything you'd want to. Not only that, you can make those modifications without ever really getting a deep understanding of exactly what an Active Directory Search object is and how it works! To get you started, I've included the source code written in the screencast that goes with this posting. This code will determine your current domain and then extract all objects that are of class "User" (which includes computers, by the way) and give you CSV format output of the fully distinguished name, the SAM account name and the date of the last logon. To use this code, just create a new Powershell script file as described in the screencast and have at it!
Views: 37490 David Hoelzer
How to check when AD user account created recently
 
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Subscribe my channel and get more great TIPS & computer tutorials on Active Directory by using Power Shell through Basic Computer Knowledge Channel. How to check when AD user account created recently
Find users last logon time in Active Directory
 
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Step by step instructions for finding when a user last logged into the active directory domain. Text version of this tutorial https://activedirectorypro.com/last-logon-time/ Checkout our site for more Active Directory tips and tutorials https://activedirectorypro.com
Views: 17492 Active Directory Pro
How to fix a blank OWA web page in Exchange 2013 2010
 
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Author, teacher, and talk show host Robert McMillen shows you how to fix a blank OWA web page in Exchange 2013 2010
Views: 19688 Robert McMillen
Using PowerShell - View Created, Member of,Password lastset, last logon of account domain
 
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Using PowerShell - View Created, Member of,Password lastset, last logon of account domain 1. Prepare - DC11 : Domain Controller (pns.vn) - Syntax : Get-ADUser Get-ADUser [-Identity] ADUser [-AuthType ADAuthType {Negotiate | Basic}] [-Credential pscredential] [-Partition string] [-Properties string[]] [-Server string] [CommonParameters] 2. Step by step : View Created, Member of,Password lastset, last logon of account domain - DC11 : View Created, Member of,Password lastset, last logon of HiepIT + Windows PowerShell, type : + Get-ADUser -identity HiepIT -properties * | Select Created,MemberOf,PasswordLastSet,LastLogonDate
Views: 132 microsoft lab
How to install windows server 2019 active directory- windows server 2019 active directory
 
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Kanala Abone Ol : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd_-QFaUvSx05gJpRTU1YzA?view_as=subscriber How to install windows server 2019 active directory - windows server 2019 active directory Video işinize yaradıysa desteğinizi göstermek adına beğenmeyi ve kanala abone olmayı unutmayın. Diğer eğitimlerimiz için takipte kalın. ➤Linux Ubuntu Kurulum : https://youtu.be/bW3MeJK2KFY ➤Windows Server 2019 Kurulum : https://youtu.be/HgyoyHlckKo ➤Windows Server 2019 Active Directory Kurulum : https://youtu.be/jzPDyzJnxu0 ➤Windows Server 2019 DHCP Kurulum : https://youtu.be/rvW_6lXGm58 ➤Tüm Videolarım : https://www.youtube.com/user/forza5989/videos Merhabalar , yıllardır sürmekte olan youtube serüvenimde sizlere yardımcı olmak için bu kanalı kurdum. Youtube , günlük dikkatimi çeken videolar ve bilişim teknolojileri işletim sistemi, programları hakkında detaylı bilgileri paylaştığımız Eğitim ve Kişisel blog kanalı. Kanalımıza abone olarak tüm derslerimizden anında haberdar olabilirsin. Görüşmek Üzere. acitve directory active directory azure active directory users and computers active directory on windows 10 active directory windows 10 active directory microsoft active directory domain services active directory ou active directory powershell module active directory federation services active directory tools active directory tools windows 10 active directory administrative center active directory download active directory ldap active directory ports active directory installation active directory linux active directory domain services unavailable active directory manager active directory domain active directory vs ldap active directory forest active directory management tools active directory mac active directory password policy active directory certification active directory windows 7 active directory recycle bin active directory definition active directory certificate services active directory interview questions active directory alternative active directory schema active directory force replication active directory tools windows 7 active directory migration tool active directory health check active directory server active directory backup active directory gpo active directory download windows 10 active directory domain controller active directory attributes active directory explorer active directory sites and services active directory basics active directory cn active directory office 365 active directory module for windows powershell active directory web services active directory security groups active directory login active directory training active directory security active directory best practices active directory integration active directory roles active directory group types active directory sso active directory browser active directory jenkins active directory ldap port active directory c# active directory sites active directory firewall ports active directory sid active directory name change active directory last logon date active directory based activation active directory topology diagrammer active directory structure active directory fsmo roles active directory global catalog active directory restore deleted user active directory pdf active directory tutorial pdf active directory logon script active directory command line active directory node js active directory base dn active directory wiki active directory logo active directory last logon computer active directory nested groups active directory radius active directory fields active directory resume active directory explained active directory extension attributes active directory time sync active directory domain services unavailable windows 10 active directory vs openldap active directory oauth active directory integrated zone active directory group policy management active directory management tools windows 10 active directory vpn active directory course active directory 101 active directory query examples active directory viewer active directory b2c active directory metadata cleanup active directory components active directory overview active directory partitions active directory ports client to domain controller active directory health check tool active directory best practices analyzer active directory windows server 2012 r2 active directory group attributes active directory hierarchy active directory .net active directory windows server 2016 active directory kdc active directory kcc active directory enrollment policy active directory health check powershell active directory keeps locking out account active directory nested groups best practices active directory job description active directory hardening active directory visio active directory email attribute active directory replication step by step active directory naming conventions active directory ntp active directory virtual lab active directory javascript active directory job title attribute active directory naming information cannot be located active directory high availability
Views: 320 Yapay Zeka
( Event Viewer ) Event ID 4740 - Account locked
 
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( Event Viewer ) Event ID 4740 - Account locked 1. Prepare - DC11 : Domain Controller (pns.vn) - WIN101 : Domain Member 2. Step by step : View event log account locked via Event ID 4740 - WIN101 : logon using VietIT account + logon fail === Account locked - DC11 : Check Event viewer + Start - Event Viewer - Windows Logs - Security - Filter Current Log... - Check all Event level - All Event IDs : 4740 - OK === View information
Views: 3997 microsoft lab
Auditing an organization's Exchange environment using Exchange Reporter Plus
 
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This workshop focuses on the best practices of using Exchange Reporter Plus to audit an organization's Exchange environment. It explains how to get real-time alerts and email notifications for changes made to critical settings, detect unauthorized mailbox access, monitor and report on critical actions performed on a mailbox, etc.
Views: 169 ManageEngine
Export All Active Directory Users
 
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In this video I walk through how to list all active directory users and export them to a csv file. To list all Active Directory users I'll be creating a saved LDAP query that can be used at any time to view and export a list of users. Here is the LDAP query (objectCategory=person)(objectClass=user) See how to export users with powershell https://activedirectorypro.com/export-users-active-directory/ For more Active Directory training, tips and tutorials check out my site https://activedirectorypro.com
Views: 13578 Active Directory Pro
Course Preview: Working with CSV Data in PowerShell
 
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View full course: https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/csv-data-powershell Join Pluralsight author Vlad Catrinescu as he walks you through a preview of his "Working with CSV Data in PowerShell" course found only on Pluralsight.com. Become smarter than yesterday with Vlad’s help by learning about intro to CVS file format, export from PowerShell to CSV, and use CSV as input files. Visit Pluralsight.com to start your free trial today to view this course in its entirety. Visit us at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pluralsight Twitter: https://twitter.com/pluralsight Google+: https://plus.google.com/+pluralsight LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pluralsight Instagram: http://instagram.com/pluralsight Blog: https://www.pluralsight.com/blog
Views: 531 Pluralsight
Easy Import CSV Users into Active Directory
 
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Windows Server 2008 R2 Active Directory user import from a CSV delimited file. Create users in Active Directory the EASY way with a delimited file you create in Excel and Save As... CSV. Examples here: -------------test.CSV FILE BEGIN--------------- GivenName,Surname,Name,DisplayName,SamAccountName Tim,Perry,Tim Perry,Tim Perry,TPerry Larry,Cooper,Larry Cooper,Larry Cooper,LCooper -------------test.CSV FILE END------------- ----------- PowerShell Cmd BEGIN ----------- Import-Csv .\test.csv | New-ADUser -Enabled $True -AccountPassword (ConvertTo-SecureString Pass123 -AsPlainText -force) -City Fennimore -State WI ----------- PowerShell Cmd END -----------
Views: 174602 mrholverson
How to Take the Fear Out of Learning PowerShell -- Jason Helmick -- Interface Technical Training
 
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http://interfacett.com For a complete transcript visit http://ow.ly/9yJ54 For IT administrators who are hesitant to learn PowerShell, this post will help take the fear out of getting started. PowerShell is not a scripting language. Yes, it does have a scripting language, but that's for automation and to make tools, which we'll discuss later. PowerShell's primary focus is to be a real-time interactive command tool that allows the user to be much more efficient in managing all system resources -- whether it be users, servers, applications, deployments and more. Many UNIX or Linux admins are already using PowerShell with ease, but if you haven't tried PowerShell yet, let's start off with a few basics. At first glance, many newcomers to PowerShell get lost when they see the command line.
Views: 33871 InterfaceTT
Export Active Directory Users not logged in last 90 Days
 
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Subscribe my channel and get more great TIPS & Active Directory tutorials by using Power Shell through Basic Computer Knowledge Channel. Export Active Directory Users not logged in last 90 Days
Power BI and Active Directory
 
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In this video I show you how to import raw Active Directory data and explain how to use the all-important userAccountControl and lastloginTimestamp Fields. The articles mentioned in this video are the following: https://tinyurl.com/UserAccountControlFlags https://tinyurl.com/UnderstandingADAttributes https://tinyurl.com/lastLogonTimestampExplained
Views: 3785 Kathryn Birstein
Using PowerShell - Get Account Expiry Date in Domain
 
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Using PowerShell - Get Account Expiry Date in Domain 1. Prepare - DC1 : Domain Controller(Yi.vn) 2. Step by step : Get Account Expiry Date in Domain - DC1 : Get Account Expiry Date in Domain + Using interface + Server Manager - Tools - Active Directory Users and Computers - View : Choose 'Advanced Features' - Yi.vn - IT OU - Double-Click HiepIT - Attribute Editor tab - Check accountExpires + Using Windows PowerShell + Start - Windows PowerShell, type : + Get-ADUser -Filter * -Properties * | Select Name,AccountExpirationDate # Get all users domain with account expiry date ---------------------******************** Youtube.com/c/MicrosoftLab ********************-----------
Views: 158 microsoft lab
Creating an AD Attribute
 
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In this video, StormWind Studios Sr. Microsoft Instructor and Sybex Author Will Panek shows you how to add an attribute to Windows Server 2012 R2 Active Directory. The video shows you how to create a Birthdate attribute within Active Directory and also how to create an Object ID number from a Microsoft script.
Views: 17431 William Panek
Using PowerShell - List the groups to which a user belongs
 
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Using PowerShell - List the groups to which a user belongs 1. Prepare - DC21 : Domain Controller (pns.vn) - SYNTAX : Get-ADPrincipalGroupMembership [-Identity] ADPrincipal [-AuthType Negotiate | Basic] [-Credential pscredential] [-Partition string] [-ResourceContextPartition string] [-ResourceContextServer string] [-Server string] [CommonParameters] 2. Step by step : List the groups to which a user belongs using PowerShell - DC21 : List the groups to which HiepIT belongs using PowerShell + Start - Windows PowerShell, type : + Get-ADPrincipalGroupMembership HiepIT | Select Name
Views: 1194 microsoft lab
5 Reports/Alerts that all AD admins need
 
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Attention! All Active directory Admins. Here's Derek Melber, MVP ( AD & Group Policy ) presenting the 5 key reports / alerts that you need to stay on top of your AD environment. Agenda: -- Privileged group membership changes -- Service account management -- Administrator logon -- GPO modification -- OU ACL changes For more details, visit: https://www.manageengine.com/products/active-directory-audit/?MEtab
Enabling and Disabling Domain Users Remotely Using Powershell
 
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This quick tutorial demonstrates how to easily enable and disable domain users from any workstation using simple a Powershell command. Be sure to subscribe for more IT related videos!
Views: 1157 instructorneal
How to find the creation date of a Active Directory Domain
 
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This is a video on how to find the creation date of a Domain Admins. Basically, I looked at the creation date of one of the "Default security groups" that is created when you promote your first domain controller for the domain. I used "Domain Admins" and ran the PowerShell below to figure out the creation date. get-adgroup "Domain Admins" -properties *
Views: 412 John Impallomeni
Dsquery User - Finds users have been inactive in domain
 
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Dsquery User - Finds users have been inactive in domain 1. Prepare - DC21 : Domain Controller (pns.vn) - Syntax : dsquery user [{StartNode | forestroot | domainroot}] [-o {dn | rdn | upn | samid}] [-scope {subtree | onelevel | base}] [-name Name] [-namep Phonetic Name] [-desc Description] [-upn UPN] [-samid SAMName] [-inactive NumWeeks] [-stalepwd NumDays] [-disabled] [{-s Server | -d Domain}] [-u UserName] [-p {Password | *}] [-q] [-gc] [-limit NumObjects] [{-uc | -uco | -uci}] 2. Step by step - DC21 : Finds users have been inactive in domain + Start - cmd : + Dsquery User /? # View help at the command-line + Dsquery User # Find all users in domain + Dsquery User -inactive 1 # Finds users have been inactive for one week + Dsquery User -inactive 4 # Finds users have been inactive for four weeks
Views: 699 microsoft lab
Get members of all Active Directory Groups with PowerShell
 
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Have you ever taken over Active Directory Administration duties at an organization that has a fully functional AD architecture? In some cases this is great, just set down in the seat and watch it all work as normal. However, at some point in time, you will need to know what users have what access to what resources, what users are Domain Admins etc... In a smaller organizational this may not be such a daunting task, simply clicking through ADUC might suffice. In larger organizational with 100's and users and maybe 100's of groups, clicking through ADUC is not going to cut it. Using some PowerShell magic this task is pretty easy no matter what the size of Active Directory. Download Link: http://www.signalwarrant.com/2016/06/16/get-members-security-groups-active-directory-w-powershell/ Recommended Reading Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches - http://amzn.to/2spBc7u PowerShell in Depth 2nd Edition - http://amzn.to/2uJIOTf An Administrator's Guide: Powershell in Depth - http://amzn.to/2upRUFw Windows PowerShell Best Practices - http://amzn.to/2tIo0ys Windows PowerShell Cookbook: The Complete Guide to Scripting Microsoft's Command Shell - http://amzn.to/2spOSzo Sound Effects: http://soundbible.com/ Website: www.signalwarrant.com Twitter: @signalwarrant Facebook: facebook.com/signalwarrant/ Google +: plus.google.com/113307879414407675617 YouTube Subscribe link: https://www.youtube.com/c/SignalWarrant1?sub_confirmation=1
Views: 15652 SignalWarrant
Arrays verstehen | PowerSHELL 5.1 deutsch german
 
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Zu diesem Video: Arrays werden in PowerSHELL sehr oft eingesetzt. Deshalb schauen wir uns einmal an wie man ein Array erstellt, wie man es verändert und damit arbeitet. Um deutlich flexibler zu werden schauen wir in weiteren Videos auch die ArrayList und die Hashtabels an. Link zum Blogbeitrag: http://germanpowershell.com/arrays-verstehen-in-powershell/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Der Youtube Kanal GermanPowerSHELL beschäftigt sich mit der verbreiteten Sprache PowerSHELL und will das nützliche Wissen der deutssprachigen Community zugänglich machen. ACHTUNG: Für sämtliche Inputs habe ich ein eigenes Formular erstellt. So muss ich nicht in jedem Video alle neuen Kommentare täglich anschauen und kann schnell darauf reagieren: https://goo.gl/QfmfiU Powershell ist seit einigen Jahren die Programier- oder Scriptsprache für Microsoft Produkte. Um den Umgang zu erleichtern, ist Powershell auf jedem Microsoft Betriebssystem seit Windows Vista und Windows Server 2008 bereits mit dabei und kann sofort genutzt werden. Sämtliche Infos aus den Videos, Scripts und andere Downloads findest du direkt auf meiner Webseite, welche ständig ausgebaut wird: www.germanpowershell.com Falls dir meine Videos nützlich und wertvoll sind, dann freue ich mich immer auf eine Spende, direkt über meine Webseite oder per PayPal auf die Adresse [email protected] ... Ich erstelle und veröffentliche sämtliche Videos kostenlos und blende auch keine Werbung ein, dies will ich auch so beibehalten. Da das vermittelte Wissen aber in teuren Kursen erlangt werden kann, ist eine kleine Spende hin und wieder sicher keine schlechte Gegenleistung. Obwohl du mich auch per Email erreichen kannst, bitte ich dich sämtliche Inputs über das obengenannte Formular zu tätigen. Vielen Dank.
Views: 111 GermanPowershell
Curso de Windows Server 2012 R2 - Numero máximo de elementos a mostrar por OU en Active Directory
 
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En una Unidad Organizativa de Ususarios y equipos de AD solo se pueden mostrar 2000 objetos, conoce como ampliar esta cantidad en Windows Server 2012 R2 → Redes sociales ← Cursos gratis! → http://JGAITPro.com/cursos Facebook → https://facebook.com/JGAITPro Twitter → https://twitter.com/JGAITPro Donar → https://PayPal.me/JGAITPro Bienvenidos a JGAITPro el canal de vídeos y cursos gratis sobre Windows Server 2012, Exchange Server 2013, Microsoft Azure, Office 365, Windows 10, Windows 8.1 y más cosas para IT.
Views: 1269 JGAITPro
PowerShell Audit Logging Deep Dive: Catch Intruders Living off the Land
 
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In this webinar, three windows experts will discuss all things PowerShell and how you can use this powerful tool to catch intruders living off the land and enforce privileged user accountability. Key items to be covered include: • A brief overview of PowerShell security capabilities • Powershell auditing capabilities • Detecting the use of PowerShell by malicious actors • Tips on how to combat PowerShell attacks • LogRhythm’s built-in knowledge of PowerShell and its ability to correlate PowerShell events with all the other security events
Views: 2867 LogRhythm
Security Weekly 460: Interview with Lee Holmes, Powershell
 
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Lee Holmes is the lead security architect of Microsoft's Enterprise Cloud Group, covering Windows Server, Azure Stack, System Center, and Operations Management Suite. He is author of the Windows PowerShell Cookbook, and an original member of the PowerShell development team.
Views: 1179 Security Weekly
User Management Resource Administrator  SIS to AD
 
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Overview; data synchronization between SQL database (SIS) and Active Directory.
Views: 400 advancedtoolware
User Account Mgmt Using PowerShell
 
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First I have to say thank you for the suggestion to create a video on user account Management for our viewers. I've gone a little beyond simply creating user accounts, but I feel these are some essential skills that can help an administrator at any level make their job a little bit easier. This video is an introduction to User Account Management for Windows Infrastructures. The goal of the video is to introduce you to some concepts that you may run into in a larger organization possibly with compliance issues. In order to accomplish these goals we'll start are learning process on PowerShell a great tool Microsoft has developed. PowerShell is important to know because Windows Server 8 will primarily be administered through PowerShell. Thanks for watching and as always please drop us a line with your feedback. Check out the blog post for the commands that are used in in the videos so you can save them. In addition I'll post the most common event IDs related to account management and security. follow along on twitter: @winsrvtuts check out the documentation online: http://winsrvtuts.com/2012/01/windows-user-administration-with-powershell/ If you like the video please remember to check out our sponsors links in the video! Category:
Views: 9505 Steve Aiello

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