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powershell to add AD groups as Site collection administrators

Posted on 2012-04-08
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Hi,

I have thousands of site collections and i need to add two AD security groups as Site Collection Administrators. Please help me with powershell command to perform the same.


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Both links are to add user accounts and not the AD groups. Hence i will request to provide a script for adding AD groups. Has anyone ever done this?
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