Windows | Start powershell direct in the Command Prompt

I think some people already know but it could be useful to know. How to start powershell when you already opened a command line prompt Run a command prompt in adminsitrative mode To activate powershell. You need to enter the command: Powershell if you type the command: get-help get (You will get all the powershell … Continue reading Windows | Start powershell direct in the Command Prompt

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Microsoft Active Directory | How to find locked out users via PowerShell

Today I was looking for an easy way to find out if there were users locked out. After some looking around i found the following command in the “Active Directory Module for Windows Powershell” Go to Start > All Programs > Administrative Tools > “Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell” Run this application as Administrator. … Continue reading Microsoft Active Directory | How to find locked out users via PowerShell

Microsoft Active Directory | How to remove many computers va Powershell

Today I had an active directory with many old computer accounts. I was looking for a good and nice PowerShell command to get all the old computers accounts in my screen. who hadn’t login for a long time. Logon to the Domain controller > Go to the Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell and use … Continue reading Microsoft Active Directory | How to remove many computers va Powershell

Generate and import commands differences between exchange 2007 & 2010

During a project of my work. When I were installing an Exchange 2010 server. Used I a manual which some colleagues of my made. But during this installation and at the point of the certificate installation and generation I figured out that they used the Exchange 2007 powershell commands instead of the also available Exchange … Continue reading Generate and import commands differences between exchange 2007 & 2010