IADDSWSE - Implementing AD Domain Services on a Windows Server Environment

2.1.4 Use ds commands to work with Active Directory objects ADUC CMD PowerShell Windows Server 2012

2 1 4 Use ds commands to work with Active Directory objects ADUC CMD PowerShell Windows Server 2012 | IADDSWSE - Implementing AD Domain Services on a Windows Server Environment

[00:13] "Dsquery and dsget are powerful commands you can use to retrieve information from Active Directory. This article first shows you how to build a distinguished name (DN) and then how to use the DN within these commands. This article shows you how you can use dsquery and dsget to retrieve lists of users, computers, groups, inactive accounts, disabled accounts, accounts with stale passwords, and group memberships." – pearsonitcertification.com

2 1 4 Use ds commands to work with Active Directory objects ADUC CMD PowerShell Windows Server 2012 | IADDSWSE - Implementing AD Domain Services on a Windows Server Environment

http://www.pearsonitcertification.com/articles/article.aspx?p=1718489

[00:19] You can use various command line utilities to finding, querying objects.

2 1 4 Use ds commands to work with Active Directory objects ADUC CMD PowerShell Windows Server 2012 | IADDSWSE - Implementing AD Domain Services on a Windows Server Environment

They are "dsquery user " with "-name " switch and "dsget user ".

[1:33] Take a look at:

2 1 4 Use ds commands to work with Active Directory objects ADUC CMD PowerShell Windows Server 2012 | IADDSWSE - Implementing AD Domain Services on a Windows Server Environment

[00:30] "The DS (Directory Service) group of commands are split into two families. In one branch are DSadd, DSmod, DSrm and DSMove and in the other branch are DSQuery and DSGet.

When it comes to choosing a scripting tool for Active Directory objects, you really are spoilt for choice. The the DS family of built-in command line executables offer alternative strategies to CSVDE, LDIFDE and VBScript" – computerperformance.co.uk

https://www.computerperformance.co.uk/logon/dsadd-home/

[00:39] *" in this context represents a regular expression.

"SNOOPY*" means the first word is SNOOPY and following any 1 or 2 or 0 character(s) is okay.

To learn more about Regular Expression, I just made a note about it, at http://bit.ly/Regular-Expressions.

[00:58] "This command line utility is giving more control over the AD tasks. you can execute few tasks together which you may have to do by few steps in GUI. For example you can search for a object and same time can edit info in search results. Most of commands use for this begins with letter "DS" so these are more often refer as "DS commands"- rebeladmin.com


http://www.rebeladmin.com/2014/07/the-ds-commands-dsquery/

[1:15] You have to learn LDAP attributes before start using these utilities as well as to understand whose meaning when they are mentioned in study/work.


http://bit.ly/LDAP-Attributes.

[1:22] "The Active Directory Administrative Center's design required minimal code usage and modularity. Therefore, instead of a set of functions that create new users and another set that modify existing users, it minimally does each function and then chains them together with the cmdlets. Keep this in mind when you are learning Active Directory Windows PowerShell. You can also use that as a learning technique, where you see how simply you can use Windows PowerShell to complete a single task. " – docs.microsoft.com


https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/identity/ad-ds/get-started/adac/advanced-ad-ds-management-using-active-directory-administrative-center–level-200-

[1:29] "If you want to learn more about managing AD with PowerShell, or if you're interested in how you would use Quest cmdlets to accomplish the tasks I discussed in this article, take a look at Managing Active Directory with Windows PowerShell: TFM 2nd Ed. (SAPIEN Press, 2010). As I always tell students in my training sessions, "It isn't a matter of if you'll use PowerShell, only a matter of when." Sure, you can manage AD without using PowerShell, but if you want maximum efficiency with minimal effort, you'll be glad you started using it today" – itprotoday.com


https://www.itprotoday.com/powershell/top-10-active-directory-tasks-solved-powershell

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