Windows PowerShell script that helps you to find unregistered subnets by Alexandre Augagneur

DS-MVP Alexandre Augagneur has added a Windows PowerShell script to the TechNet Script Center Repository. This script can help you locate IP v4 subnets that you may want to add as Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) sites. The script, called Collect-MissingADSubnets, helps you to review client logon attempts from the domain controllers where no matching…


Using PowerShell to clear or remove all AIA and CDP entries in Active Directory Certificate Services for Windows Server 2012

  You may have already seen that you can deploy most Windows Server 2012 role services with Windows PowerShell. If you are interested in Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS), you’ve probably noticed the PowerShell commands for deploying all six available CA roles: AD CS Deployment Cmdlets in Windows PowerShell. You may have also noticed…

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Introducing Active Directory Administrative Center

Active Directory Administrative Center provides network administrators with an enhanced Active Directory data management experience and a rich graphical user interface (GUI). Administrators can use Active Directory Administrative Center to perform common Active Directory object management tasks (such as user, computer, group, and organization units management) through both data-driven and task-oriented navigation. Administrators can use the enhanced Active Directory Administrative…

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Introducing AD DS Best Practices Analyzer

Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) is a server management tool that can help you implement best practices in the configuration of your Active Directory environment. AD DS BPA scans the AD DS server role as it is installed on your Windows Server 2008 R2 domain controllers, and it reports best practice violations. You can filter or…

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Active Directory PowerShell

With the release of Windows Server 2008 R2 Beta, we are proud to announce the Active Directory Module for Window PowerShell.   The Active Directory module is a command line scripting language that network administrators can use to manage their Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) and Active Directory Lightweight Services (AD DS, formerly known as ADAM) instances…