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List Domain Admins & Enterprise Admins in a domain

If you want to find out how many domain/ enterprise admins are active/inactive in domain you can use the following PowerShell command to figure out: Get the list of domain admins and check if they are enabled.

Get the list of enterprise admins and check if they are enabled.

 

12 dig Command Examples for DNS

dig can we very useful in finding out DNS related issues. To install dig for Window/ Linux/ MacOSX click here. A basic dig command – dig a domain nameIn the most basic of dig commands, you have a domain name like www.microsoft.com, and you want to find information about it, so you issue the following […]

Add Alternate Email Address or Recovery Email Address for Office365 Administrator

In Office365, depending on the admin role of an account you may want to add an alternate email address for password recovery. This is a basically a self-service password reset for Administrators of Office365. Quick way to do this is with PowerShell:

If this setting is unset for an administrator, Office365 gives you a […]

Map a network drive using PowerShell

Make sure you are using the latest version of PowerShell. On Windows 8/10 run it as administrator and type the following:

Where: Z – is the Drive Letter Within ” ” is the path of the network share that will be presented as the root of the drive letter Z The -Persist parameter so […]

Lists all users last logon time

As administrators we often want to check which users have not logged in for quite a while, or what accounts recently accessed a system, etc. The following script list all users and their last logon time. With the lastloggeduser.csv we can get fancy with excel to find differences based on age and more.

 

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Mohammed Wasay

Dallas based Design Technologist & Hybrid Developer