Active Directory Permissions and PowerShell

So what about Active Directory Permissions on an Object using PowerShell?  There are a number of options and methods to manage Active Directory permissions, but here are some common tasks that I might perform using PowerShell. NOTE: This blog uses PowerShell with the Active Directory Module (Import-Module ActiveDirectory) To use Get-ACL, you may want to…

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Managing Exchange Public Folder Permissions

Over the years, there has been a request for finding various permissions on Public Folder objects within Exchange.  I figured that I would share how to do some of these tasks, specific to Exchange 2010 and 2013. NOTE: The following commands use the Exchange Management Shell Exchange 2010 List All Top Level Public Folders Default…

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Exchange 2007 Server Data Collection Script

Recently I had experienced an issue where an Exchange 2007 server was having some ‘issues’.  However before I was engaged to assist in resolving the issue, the admin rebooted the server and the issue went away…but only for a brief period.  This led me to create a script to collect data from an Exchange 2007 server…

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Exchange Daily Messaging Report

I was tasked with creating a daily messaging report that would meet the following requirements: Collect essential information about the Exchange 2007 environment Save the data in HTML format Email that report to users So I created a powershell script that would collect the following information: Mailbox Stats (total #, over quota, over 5GB, etc)…

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Exchange 2007 Summary Script

I was asked to post a blog on my script that collects summary information from an Exchange 2007 organization.  Here is what the script does: Places the information in C:\Exchdata directory Pulls information about Active Directory Collects Server information Collects Routing information Pulls statistical information, including mailboxes, backup status, etc Attached is the script (right…

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