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Compare ActiveDirectory ACL

Here are some examples and a good description of the ActiveDirectory ACL:

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/ashleymcglone/2013/03/25/active-directory-ou-permissions-report-free-powershell-script-download/

Script example to compare ActiveDirectory OU ACL ( Security Groups )

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Function Count Ad-GroupMember

example:

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Join Azure VM into AD and install SCCM Client

Enclosed a script to join the Azure machine into AD and install the SCCM client. This is useful if you want to populate a native Azure VM that was not installed with SCCM. To make the AD-join a service user was assigned in the script, certainly not the most beautiful variant but this can be encrypted by a compiled EXE. This can be done with the following tool: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/PS2EXE-GUI-Convert-e7cb69d5

Of course, network access to the AD and SCCM server must be available.

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Query big ADObject / Containers

The Powershell AD-Modules have certain restrictions when it comes to querying large objects, this can be bypassed by ADSI Query.

Here an example how to read them and how to iterate on users of a group:

Here also an example using a Class to just specify the object the way you like:

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Compare AD-GroupMember

Example:

JKCompare-ADGroupMemeber -Group1 GROUPNAME1 -Group2 GROUPNAME2

Optional Parameter:

-IncludeEqual yes

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Remove AD-Group on certain Users

This script is very handy in dayli business, when you need to remove multiple users from an AD-Group.

In the userlist the users can be specified with the samAccountName.

Of course there is the possibility to fill “$UserList” variable with a list e.g. a CSV-File. In this case you can Use the function “Import-Csv” which is an out of the Box Powershell feature.

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