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PowerShell Commands for Active Directory Security

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With the release of UserLock 7 comes PowerShell commands for Active Directory Security. Yes, it is now possible to manage/administer UserLock with PowerShell cmdlets!

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IS Decisions's curator insight, June 11, 2013 3:56 AM

UserLock 7 will be manageable with PowerShell.

 

So what's the advantage?

 

  • makes repetitive tasks easier and less tedious
  • makes complex tasks less complex by wrapping several commands together
  • facilitates the automation of system admin tasks – reducing the risk of human error
  • all cmdlets respect the PowerShell Standard (settings, help…)
  • remote system management
  • manage UserLock without the console
  • manage UserLock without a web browser

 

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PowerShell Commands for Active Directory Security

PowerShell Commands for Active Directory Security | THeMage | Scoop.it
With the release of UserLock 7 comes PowerShell commands for Active Directory Security. Yes, it is now possible to manage/administer UserLock with PowerShell cmdlets!

Via IS Decisions
more...
IS Decisions's curator insight, June 11, 2013 3:56 AM

UserLock 7 will be manageable with PowerShell.

 

So what's the advantage?

 

  • makes repetitive tasks easier and less tedious
  • makes complex tasks less complex by wrapping several commands together
  • facilitates the automation of system admin tasks – reducing the risk of human error
  • all cmdlets respect the PowerShell Standard (settings, help…)
  • remote system management
  • manage UserLock without the console
  • manage UserLock without a web browser