Get-AdUser: How to Audit Active Directory Users with PowerShell
PowerShell is an essential tool for IT admins, and it...
Mar 3, 2022|Michael Reinders
The Top 10 PowerShell Commands That You Should Know
In this guide, we’re going to detail the top ten...
Feb 17, 2022|Michael Reinders
Understanding Character Encoding in PowerShell
Working with strings in PowerShell is core to many different operations. With strings come the many different encodings that can be used. Learning to manipulate, understand, and use those encodings can make working with documents of different languages and types much easier to do.
Feb 23, 2021|Adam Bertram
How to Import and Export Delimited Files, like CSV, in PowerShell
The Export-CSV and Import-CSV cmdlets are exceptionally useful tools to both export data for consumption to other applications and to retrieve and import information from third-party data sources.
Nov 17, 2020|Adam Bertram
Consolidating File Servers with PowerShell and Robocopy
File Servers – We all have them in one form...
May 26, 2020|Adam Bertram
Microsoft Launches Preview PowerShell Module for Graph
Microsoft has made a preview PowerShell module for the Graph available for developers to play with. Being able to use PowerShell with the Graph exposes a lot of data to play with, so it's a great addition to the administrator toolkit. To see how things worked in practice,, I convert a script to report Teams channels that are email-enabled to use the Graph module. Things worked out pretty well, but as you'd expect, some rough edges exist that need to be smoothed.
Feb 4, 2020|Tony Redmond
Identifying Obsolete Guest User Accounts in an Office 365 Tenant
Many Office 365 applications now create Azure Active Directory guest accounts. What's the best way to discover if the accounts are active and in use? This PowerShell script uses the Office 365 audit log and message trace data to figure out what guest accounts are active and outputs a CSV file for your review and analysis. Like any other PowerShell script, it can be adapted to suit your purposes.
Dec 23, 2019|Tony Redmond