Delegate Permissions to add more than 10 Computers to Domain

We all know that BY DEFAULT ……any Active Directory Domain have the setting "Add workstations to domain" user wright (in group policy) set to Authenticated Users in the Default Domain Controllers Policy only .....wright ? peace of cake 🙂 And that makes any any user in the domain able to join machines to the domain … Continue reading Delegate Permissions to add more than 10 Computers to Domain

Auto Organize new Computer Accounts in Active Directory by PowerShell

We all know that we can change the default container for Computer Accounts in AD to a new specific custom OU other than the default container, which is 'Computers' (CN=Computers,DC=domain,DC=local). This done by the CMD command: redircmp. This will make all new computers joined to the domain go in this OU but what do you do … Continue reading Auto Organize new Computer Accounts in Active Directory by PowerShell

A Configuration Manager gift from Cireson …..”Remote Manage app”

There is a very powerful and easy to use GUI Tool out there from Cireson - a company that develops in Microsoft Service Manager and Configuration Manager in Asset and Service Management Tools. You must TRY it as SCCM Admin or even an AD Admin in any company, and I thought that I must share with … Continue reading A Configuration Manager gift from Cireson …..”Remote Manage app”

Free AD Tools that made my day

I will show you today three free tools from SolarWinds that can make great Maintenance Tasks on Active Directory: 1- Delete obsolete user accounts: with this you can get a report of all inactive User Accounts (based on last logon Time attribute of the Object in AD) after choosing inactive period to check ....for example all accounts … Continue reading Free AD Tools that made my day

Configuration Manager Remote Desktop Tools

Hi all, today I'll share with you ConfigMgr 2012 behind the scene setting that may affect your whole infrastructure and productivity. It's Remote Control settings in SCCM Client Settings: We all know that by default, the Administrators and Remote Desktop Users groups have the right to log on remotely through Remote Desktop Protocol. (for Domain … Continue reading Configuration Manager Remote Desktop Tools