Tag Archives: Active Directory

Another Lap Around Microsoft LAPS – Pentest Geek

This post will walk through auditing Microsoft LAPS deployments and leveraging misconfigurations during penetration tests.

Source: Another Lap Around Microsoft LAPS – Pentest Geek

The AD Recycle Bin: Understanding, Implementing, Best Practices, and Troubleshooting | Ask the Directory Services Team

Microsoft’s official enterprise support blog for AD DS and more

Source: The AD Recycle Bin: Understanding, Implementing, Best Practices, and Troubleshooting | Ask the Directory Services Team

How to Determine if Smart Card Authentication Provider Was Used

Source: How to Determine if Smart Card Authentication Provider Was Used

Understanding the AD Account attributes – LastLogon, LastLogonTimeStamp and LastLogonDate – TechNet Articles – United States (English) – TechNet Wiki

Understanding the AD Account attributes – LastLogon, LastLogonTimeStamp and LastLogonDate – TechNet Articles – United States (English) – TechNet Wiki.

LazyWinAdmin: [UPDATE] PowerShell – Monitor and Report Active Directory Group Membership Change

LazyWinAdmin: [UPDATE] PowerShell – Monitor and Report Active Directory Group Membership Change.

Top 10 Active Directory Tasks Solved with PowerShell | PowerShell content from Windows IT Pro

Top 10 Active Directory Tasks Solved with PowerShell | PowerShell content from Windows IT Pro.

“One or more properties are invalid” error when you run the Get-ADUser or Get-ADComputer cmdlet

"One or more properties are invalid" error when you run the Get-ADUser or Get-ADComputer cmdlet.

Field Notes of a Computer Geek: Filtering for $null Values with Get-ADUser

Field Notes of a Computer Geek: Filtering for $null Values with Get-ADUser.

Quick Fix for computers no longer domain joined. | Hyperbole, Embellishment, and Systems Administration Blog

Quick Fix for computers no longer domain joined. | Hyperbole, Embellishment, and Systems Administration Blog.

Convert array to string in Powershell

Example: Get-QADUser returns it’s ProxyAddresses attribute as an array. To convert that array to a string I use –join. By using either “, “ or “`n” as an argument I can make the string singleline or multiline for better reading.

get-qaduser -service cb.ds.mfcr.cz -Identity username -LdapFilter "(!(objectclass=inetOrgPerson))" | select name, @{n="proxy"; e={$_.ProxyAddresses -join "`n"}}  | fl *
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