In the old days it was only the *Nix admin that was working with the command line.
Microsoft has in the mean time modified almost all there programs to fully support powershell. Even better the UI executes powershell code when you modify or create something.
Ofcourse you can’t know it all and searching the big and mighty google helps you along, therefor I decided to centralise my powershell scripts that collected or wrote on Github.
And ofcourse I will gladly share them with everyone. You can find the Git page at https://github.com/anvarit/ps
The overview is as followed:
|Cleartempfolders.ps1||Clears the temp folders on local srv / pc|
|Get-ADRecursiveGroupMembership.ps1||lists all the user his groupmemberships|
|O365_User_Group.ps1||lists all the O365 groups and their users, used for CSV export|
|O365_search_alias.ps1||searches O365 mailboxes for an defined alias|
|check_ad_trustrelationship.ps1||searches for clients with failed trust relationships|
|connecto365.ps1||connect to O365 powershell|
|lync_assigned_numbers.ps1||creates an html file with all assigned numbers in Lync server|
|ping_many2many.ps1||ping test from multiple servers to multiple servers|
|resetadpassword.ps1||reset AD user his password|
|send_notification.ps1||send a notification to remote computer|
|unlock_all_ad_users.ps1||unlock all locked domain users|
|unmount-esx.ps1||unmount all ISO’s from VM on Vsphere / ESX|
|user_leaves.ps1||reset password, disable user, move to ou and convert mailbox to shared mailbox for leaving user|
|w10_likeitshouldbe.ps1||modification to W10 to fit in an enterprise (disable telemetry, uninstall games, apps …)|