Hey, Scripting Guy! I need to get a list of all the users that have set their manager in Active Directory. We have this Web application that allows users to populate information such as their phone number, their office location, and their manager.
Hey, Scripting Guy! I need to obtain a listing of the domain controllers in my domain. I am thinking about using Windows PowerShell to query the Domain Controllers Organizational Unit, but I am not sure this is the right approach. Will this work?
Hey, Scripting Guy! I hope you do not think I am clueless, but I need to obtain a list of all the domain controllers in my domain. Can you help me out by writing a Windows PowerShell script to list all of the domain controllers in my domain?
Hey, Scripting Guy! We are in the situation where we are closing a number of remote offices, and I need to quickly be able to generate a list of the computers that are contained in those remote offices. Basically I need to be able to generate a report that tells me the location and the name of the computer assets for each of a series of these locations.
Hey, Scripting Guy! We created some groups that were used by our student interns. The student interns have now returned to college (yeah, it was a while ago). To be honest, I had actually forgotten about these groups, but the other day I was doing some work in Active Directory Users and Computers and I happened across one of these student intern groups.