Monthly Archives: August 2011

Using PowerShell to find all groups with members in a different domain

Yesterday I was asked by the Security Team to help them out with a project they were working on.  There is an OU with over 2,000 groups in it and they needed to find the names of all the groups … Continue reading

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Powershell–Getting information from AD into the SCCM database

Recently I was asked to deliver a report on the count of machines in AD and their location.  In our environment we use a computer name identifier to designate location.  But, you could use OU information or eve AD Site … Continue reading

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Delete-SCCMCollectionRule : Addition to the SCCM-Commands.psm1

Did you know that there is SCCM-Commands powershell module?  You can get them here:  http://www.snowland.se/sccm-posh/ Today I had a need to delete a collection member.  But there isn’t a function in the SCCM-Commands powershell module that can do that. Well, … Continue reading

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