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User Group Membership – Quick Query

Filed under: On-Premises — Thomas Stensitzki at 11:26 am on Monday, March 23, 2020  Tagged ,

You sometimes need to know the Active Directory domain group memberships of a user currently logged in to a Windows computer. Mostly, you need this information for troubleshooting purposes. The easiest way is using the following command line query: net user /domain %username% Example C:\>net user /domain %username% User name varadmin Full Name Varuna Admin […]

Move FSMO Roles in Windows Server 2019

Filed under: On-Premises,Windows Server — Thomas Stensitzki at 11:34 am on Saturday, March 21, 2020  Tagged , ,

In the past, we’ve used NETDOM to identify FSMO-systems and to move assigned FSMO-roles to other Windows Server systems. With Windows Server 2016 or newer you can use PowerShell to easily move FMSO-roles to a new domain controller.   Move a single FSMO-role to a new domain controller Move-ADDirectoryServerOperationMasterRole -Identity DC01 ` -OperationMasterRole RIDMaster   […]

Thomas’ Tech Talk – Overview

Filed under: Exchange Online,Exchange Server,Tech Talk,Video — Thomas Stensitzki at 10:00 am on Saturday, March 14, 2020  Tagged

Thomas’ Tech Talk – YouTube Channel Overview of my YouTube recordings (in German).   Tech Talk 12: Exchange Server Support Life-Cycle Tech Talk 11: Exchange Server und HealthChecker.ps1 Tech Talk 10: Exchange Server und hybride Identit├Ąten Tech Talk 9: Exchange Server vNext Tech Talk 8: Exchange Server 2016 Ende Mainstream Support Tech Talk 7: ADFS […]

Purge-LogFiles updated to v2.3

Filed under: Exchange Server,PowerShell — Thomas Stensitzki at 6:35 pm on Thursday, March 12, 2020  Tagged , , ,

The PowerShell script to purge log files of modern Exchange Server editons has been updated to version 2.3. The new version supports: dynamic Exchange Server installation paths across multiple servers deletion of the HTTPERR folder HTML formatting for email notification email Additionally, the script is tested with Exchange Server 2019. You can download the source […]

Select non-default receive connectors

Filed under: Exchange Server,PowerShell — Thomas Stensitzki at 8:46 pm on Sunday, March 8, 2020  Tagged

Sometines you want to select all non-default receive connectors for further processing in PowerShell. The following simple example selects all receive connectors excluding the connectors using server name as part of the connector name. When querying the receive connectors for a server you will get all configured connectors. Get-ReceiveConnector -Server $Server | ft -AutoSize Identity […]