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For the duration of this article, we will be using the native Active Directory module.If you are unable to use this module in your environment, leave a comment and I will try to get you a similar script written with Quest’s cmdlets. We can then store that input (such as a first name) in the $User variable.

In other scripts, you might see: Get-QADComputer or Set-QADObject. Because, there are two methods of Active Directory management with Power Shell Commands such as Get-QADComputer belong to the Quest AD Power Shell cmdlets.

As well as these routine tasks, there are the more monotonous ‘housekeeping’ tasks that tend to get delegated to the interns.

Those tasks include removing accounts that are no longer needed, the bulk modification of an attribute, and renaming groups of computers in reorganization. In this article, I’ll cover an automated Power Shell solution to each of these problems.

With Power Shell’s ability to easily work with AD, these tasks can made easier or completely automated! In short, any task that you regularly do within Active Directory Users and Computer (ADUC) or Active Directory Administrative Center (ADAC) should be automated! For any domain administrator, the day seems somehow incomplete if you haven’t reset or unlocked a user’s account.

You’d probably also created new users or new computers.

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