Summary: Learn how to use jobs to run parallel queries, remove objects from active memory, work with text files and use the Get-Member Cmdlet to go behind the scenes of PowerShell commands in this edition of Quick Hits Friday.
Microsoft Scripting Guy Ed Wilson here. I was sitting in the kitchen waiting for my pot of English Breakfast tea to steep when my mind began to wander back over the week that was nearly completed. One of these days I will write a script to count the number of words in all the documents in a folder.
Hey Scripting Guy! Our previous network administrator was a slouch. He did not maintain proper backups, never reviewed event logs, and never cleaned up user folders when he deleted users in Active Directory. This last omission is particularly egregious because it has taken a lot of cleanup work to find and delete the user folders.
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Can I Find Out Who Has Access to a Group of Files and Folders?
Hey, Scripting Guy! For security reasons I need to find out who has access to a certain group of files and folders. Using the Get-Acl cmdlet, I can get a list of which IDs and groups have which kinds of access to the target files and folders.
Hey, Scripting Guy! There is this guy at work…well, actually he used to be at work and that is the problem. He left the company. The way security has been implemented at our company, I have to check specific folders,
Hey, Scripting Guy! Our company is in the process of obtaining the ISO 20000 certification for IT service management and as a result it seems we have to have documentation and processes in place for everything. In the past when I created a folder I would manually set the security when I was finished.
Hey, Scripting Guy! I need to find out what folders a user has specifically been granted or denied access to. I do not need the specific rights that were granted. I only need to find out where the user was specifically granted or denied access.
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