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Windows 2008: Commands

Hi,

When managing the Exchange Server 2007 or higher version, we can use the Exchange Management Shell (“EMS”).

For Example:

For “Removing the mailbox”, we execute the following formula: Remove-Mailbox -Identity contoso\john

The Goal: I believe that when Managing the Windows 2008 server, there must be “some commands” like the above

My questions:

1)      What is the NAME of the “above commands” (for Windows 2008 domain controller and member servers)
2)      Would you provide some of the above commands please

Thank you

tjie
Windows Server 2008Windows NetworkingActive Directory

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Tony Giangreco

8/22/2022 - Mon
becraig

What are you trying to do exactly ?

Remove users from a domain  ?
 
or are you trying to remove Domain Controllers and servers from a domain ?
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Any command used (as Network Admin) related to Windows 2008 please

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HI becraig,

I am not sure; I believe the given above commands are "old commands" (maybe during NT version) ....The things that I need if it is related to the Windows 2008 server ...

Possibly like this
gpupdate /force
gpresult

Or something that we do for the Exchange server 2007 or higher ....
I do not know whether it is EXIST or no ....
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Hi Becraig,

Yes, what is the command for this " Remove users from a domain  ?"
- Say it the user name is "mbrown"
- and the Domain is "boba.com"
- The user "mbrown" is at OU (Organizational Unit) called "Marketing"

Do you know the command to remove "mbrown" from the domain?

Thanks

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Hi TG-TIS,

1) You have answered my first question ...
- So the name is "Commands using PowerShell"

2) My 2nd questions
- The usual or daily used "commands using PowerShell" in daily production environment?

3) My confusion
- I am not sure that my Windows 2008 R2 has built in PowerShell version2 or 3; or I have to download it?

Thanks,
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