Here’s a quick tutorial for creating Active Directory organizational units with PowerShell.
What is Azure Active Directory, and what are the features? Here’s a feature comparison for the free, basic, and premium editions of Active Directory in the cloud.
Jeff Hicks provides an in-depth review of Softerra Adaxes, an Active Directory management and automation solution.
Learn how to restrict the use of domain admin accounts using authentication policy and silos in Windows Server 2012 R2.
Learn how to create authentication policies and silos using PowerShell in Windows Server 2012 R2
Russell Smith shows us how to add or remove Active Directory attributes from read-only domain controllers (RODCs) in this edition of Ask the Admin.
Learn how to use startup scripts to manage local Active Directory groups in this step-by-step tutorial by Daniel Petri.
Daniel Petri shows us how to manage local Active Directory groups with Group Policy Preferences, which lets us create, delete, update, and rename local groups.
Russell Smith shows us how to easily back up and restore Group Policy Objects with the help of PowerShell.
Daniel Petri shows us an alternative method for managing local Active Directory groups, this time with the help of the “This group is a member of” Group Policy control.
Russell Smith walks us through improvements to his script used for automating domain controller deployment in Microsoft Azure.
Daniel Petri walks us through the steps on managing local Active Groups with the help of Group Policy Restricted Groups.
As an alternative to his first article, Jeff Hicks shows how you can whip up a PowerShell script to find disabled and inactive Active Directory user accounts with PowerShell.