Hey, Scripting Guy! We have a number of Group Policy Objects (GPOs) that are not really doing anything. In fact, they are about as useless as an old hound dog with sinus problems. What I need is an easy way to find these old GPOs and produce a list so I can decide if I wish to delete them.
Hey, Scripting Guy! Good morning. We are in the process of modifying our Group Policy implementation, and I anticipate having to create 15 or so new Group Policy objects. I know that I can open the Group Policy Management Console, right-click,
Hey, Scripting Guy! I have a problem. I have been elected, given the honor, granted the opportunity to excel (whatever management euphemism you wish to use to describe giving me more work) to clean up our Group Policy strategy. The problem is that the previous Group Policy administrator had no strategy.
Hey, Scripting Guy! Do you ever wonder how some people ever get their jobs? We had a guy who was hired to organize our Group Policy implementation. The person was a loser. I mean, I do not think he could even spell Group Policy.
How Can I Return File Names of Files Created in Less Than an Hour from the Current Time?
Hey, Scripting Guy! I am attempting to write a script that looks at the creation dates of all files in a certain directory.