If your machine is on a Windows AD domain and you would like to move it to the local workgroup, you can follow this tutorial. Theretwore to methods, one is using GUI and the other method is using PowerShell. We
When a Password Replication Policy is enabled and a user or computer account is in the allowed RODC password replication group, a password is replicated and cached on Read-Only Domain Controller when a branch user login for the first time.
This article can help you to get the details of your operating system with PowerShell. Here we go. Step 1. Open PowerShell with elevated privileges. Step 2. To check operating system name. (Get-WMIObject win32_operatingsystem).name Step 3. To check if the
If you want to set a password to never expire for a single user, you have to do it via PowerShell. There is no way from admin center. Prerequisites Download and install the following modules. Microsoft Online Service Sign-in Assistant
When you have multiple domains in a forest, migrating Active Directory objects between two domains is a day to day task of system engineers. Reasons can be that companies are sold or merged or employees are transferred. Type of AD Migration There
In this article, I'll show you to get all O365 users which have not been assigned any license. Prerequisites Download and install the following modules. Microsoft Online Service Sign-in Assistant for IT Professionals RTW Windows Azure Active Directory Module for
Question: Are there any PowerShell modules for Yammer, Dynamics 365, and Teams Online? Answer: Following are the PowerShell modules you can use to connect to different O365 services: PowerShell module for SharePoint Online PowerShell module for Skype for Business Online
Just like we added AD users in a group with the help of Ad-ADGroupMember PowerShell cmdlet, we can also remove AD users from a group using PowerShell. Remove AD Members from Group Using PowerShell 1. Open PowerShell with elevated privileges. 2.
When AD users change office, their postal addresses become incorrect and you need to change them. As you know this can be inefficient and hectic if you change postal address of each user one by one using active directory users and computer
If a password replication policy (PRP) is configured and the branch users are added into an allowed password replication group, their passwords are cached on Read-Only Domain Controller when they login to computers at the branch office. However, you can prepopulate