Having recently taken on a new client with a system that had been neglected somewhat I wanted to find out about the state of their user accounts.
I’d already looked at a couple of users at random and noticed some users had logon scripts while others didn’t, and some users had home drives while others didn’t.
Although the organisation wasn’t large, they had more than enough user accounts that I didn’t want to manually check every one. So i turned to PowerShell’s Get-ADUser command. Continue reading →
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