A simple method with a oneliner bonus.
Retrieve the information This information can be found in the user’s Active Directory’s objects with the Get-ADUser cmdlet. However, the msDS-UserPasswordExpiryTimeComputed attribute is a constructed attribute. According to Microsoft: Constructed attributes have the property that they are attributes for which the attribute value is computed by using other attributes, sometimes from other objects. And because […]
Sometimes you discover that there are many duplicates in your Path environment variable. This happens because most of the software you install just add new paths without formerly checking if they already exist. How to do it with Powershell First, we want to get the current content of the Path environment variable. Now we want […]
Given that the Description property of the Get-GPO cmdlet has a Set method, this can be done with a simple one-liner.
Powershell has an easy to use and built-in cmdlet named Write-Progres. However, displaying the PercentComplete parameter seems sometimes cumbersome. Fortunately, most of the time, you need a progress bar when you are inside a foreach loop. This makes it easy to handle because the object you enumerate has a Count and an IndexOf properties. Basic […]