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Get All DCs in the Entire Forest

Getting a know a new environment for a new client and I a quickly needed information about all domain controllers in the entire forest. Wrote a small little script to provide me all the information I needed:

 

Convert a Dynamic IP to Static

Working on a project where on some servers the DHCP assigned addresses needs to be converted to static. Since there is always more than one…I needed to script it. Here is a quick way to do it via PowerShell.

Hope this helps!

All of Windows Cipher Suites

Working on a security project and I needed a reference guide as to what cipher suites are supported on what OS. So I have documented a list of the default cipher suites and their preferred order for every Windows Server version. These were gathered from fully patched operating systems.  

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.

 

ConfigMgr 2012 R2 – WSUS sync fails with HTTP 503 errors

Ran into this issue with ConfigMgr 2012 R2 where it was unable to synchronize Software Update Point with the WSUS server. A review of the component status messages for the SMS_WSUS_SYNC_MANAGER component on the primary site server reveals errors related to WSUS synchronization which are similar to the following: Got the following error when trying […]

Active Directory and Kerberos SPNs Made Easy!

What Is an SPN? An SPN is a reference to a specific service, for example, an instance of SQL or a web application run by IIS. Since SPNs are specific, they reference not only what the service is (such as an SQL server), but also which hostname runs the instance and on which port it’s […]

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Mohammed Wasay

Dallas based Design Technologist & Hybrid Developer