In this video tutorial we will cover some examples on how you can easily manage users in Active Directory with PowerShell. First we show how you can create and query a single user and afterwards we will also demonstrate how you can manage users in bulk.
In this video tutorial we will cover the various ways how you can get access to the Active Directory PowerShell module. We will show how to do that on a Domain Controller, on a member server and on a domain client. Finally we will also explain how to import the Active Directory module from a remote system.
When you you create a new Active Directory user via PowerShell with the New-ADUser cmdlet, you might receive an “Access is Denied” error even if your user account has sufficient permissions to perform this operation.
After installing the IP Address Management (IPAM) Server feature on Windows Server 2012 R2, at the end of the wizard to provision IPAM, you might receive the error: “Provisioning IPAM has failed. Check inner exception for more details. Some or all identity references could not be translated.”.
In this PowerShell script we will setup a complete web server on Windows Server 2012 R2. We will install and configure IIS, FTP, PHP, MySQL and finally create a website as well.
In this script we will cover lots of interesting aspects such as installing Windows features, downloading files, creating files and directories, creating users and groups, modifying NTFS permissions, searching and replacing data in files, configuring the firewall, modifying the registry, and more.
In this tutorial, we will create a new Active Directory forest on Windows Server 2012 R2 and afterwards add a second domain controller. We will perform the entire operation with PowerShell.
In Windows Server 2012, Microsoft improved a lot upon the Server Core concept. In this tutorial, we will show you how you can easily switch between the Full GUI and Server Core interface.