Using a few PowerShell commands for Active Directory, you can streamline your administrative approach to managing groups in the enterprise.
Active Directory is the foundation of the modern Windows environment that organizes the use of devices, users and resources. You can think of Active Directory as having two aspects: data — users, groups, etc. — and service — sites, replication, etc.
Active Directory data administration can take a lot of time unless you learn to automate. In this tip, I’ll concentrate on explaining how to use PowerShell commands for Active Directory to manage groups.
The Active Directory cmdlets don’t yet work in PowerShell Core. You could use .NET classes to administer groups in PowerShell Core, but that is more difficult than working with cmdlets. This tutorial will explain how to use these cmdlets with Windows PowerShell…