I have an excel sheet with a single column of Active Directory security groups (40 in total). I want to run a powershell query that outputs the members of each group to an Excel sheet (Column1: groupName, Column2: memberName).
There are plenty of examples on the web on how to report on all groups in Active Directory, but we have thousands of groups, but I only want to report on 40 specific groups.
Wouldn't it be nice if objects in Active Directory automatically moved into the correct Organizational Units?
This is what AutoAD aims to do and as a plus, it automatically creates Sites, Subnets, and Organizational Units.
High user turnover can cause old/redundant user data to consume valuable space. UserResourceCleanup was developed to address this by automatically deleting user folders when the user account is deleted.
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