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The PowerShell Community Extensions contain the commandlet GetADObject, which is able to apply the LDAP lter Output objects are of the type SystemDirectoryservicesDirectoryEntry
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Table 192 Using the Get-ADObject Commandlet
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Get-ADObject -Class user
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Get-ADObject -value "*domain*"
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Get-ADObject -Filter "(&(objectCategory=person) (objectClass=user)(userAccount Control:1284011355614803:=2)) Get-ADObject -Server E02 -SizeLimit 10 Get-ADObject -Server E02 -Scope subtree -DistinguishedName "CN=Users,DC=IT-Visions,DC=local"
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Fetches all user accounts (instances of the directory service class user) Fetches all directory service objects whose names contain the word domain Fetches all deactivated user accounts
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19 SEARCHING IN THE ACTIVE DIRECTORY
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Fetches the rst ten directory entries of domain controller E02 Fetches all entries in the Users container and its subcontainers
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In this chapter, you learned how to use the power of LDAP search queries to nd entries in an LDAP-based directory service that match certain criteria LDAP queries contain a root path, a lter, a list of properties and a search scope LDAP queries can be executed through the NET class System DirectoryservicesDirectorySearcher or the commandlet Get-ADObject from the PowerShell Community Extensions If you want to write well-performing queries, however, keep in mind the special structure of the Active Directory, especially the inheritance, multivalued attributes, and indexed attributes
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ADDITIONAL LIBRARIES FOR ACTIVE DIRECTORY ADMINISTRATION
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Navigating the Active Directory Using the PowerShell Community Extensions Using the wwwIT-Visionsde Active Directory Extensions Using the Quest Active Directory Extensions Getting Information about the Active Directory Structure Group Policies 361 362 365 365 367
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A few advanced Active Directory administrative tasks can be performed only through an additional library (for example, access to group policies) In this chapter, you are introduced to three Add-On libraries that ease the Active Directory administration within Windows PowerShell (WPS)
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As soon as the PowerShell Extensions (PSCX) [CODEPLEX01] are installed, the Active Directory can be used as a navigation container When WPS is started, PSCX automatically creates a new drive for the Active Directory to which the computer belongs The drive is named according to the Windows NT 40 compatible domain name (that is, FBI:, for the domain with the DNS name fbinet) 361
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20 Libraries for AD Administration
The following command selects all groups that have the word domain in their names from the Users container of the Active Directory and displays this list sorted according to name:
dir FBI:/users | where { ($_name -match "domain") -and ($_Type -match "group") } | sort name
To create a new organizational unit with the OU Directors, you need only one command using the commandlet New-Item:
New-Item -path FBI://Directors -type organizationalunit
However, the capabilities of this provider are limited
Using the wwwIT-Visionsde Active Directory Extensions
The commandlet library of wwwIT-Visionsde provides some commandlets for the directory service administration that make the work much easier, including the following:
Get-DirectoryEntry Access to a single directory object Get-DirectoryChildren Access to the content of a container
object (lists the subelements) Add-User Access to a user account with password Add-DirectoryEntry Creation of a directory object that does not need a password Remove-DirectoryEntry Deleting a directory object Get-DirectoryValue Fetching a value for a directory attribute Set-DirectoryValue Setting a value for a directory attribute
NOTE The commandlets support the commandlet-based programming style Add-User -name $Name -Container ("WinNT://" + $Computer) -Password "secret" Set-DirectoryValue -Path ("WinNT://" + $Computer +"/" + $Name) -Name "Fullname" -Value "Dr Holger Schwichtenberg"
Using the wwwIT-Visionsde Active Directory Extensions
and the object-based style, because the commandlets transfer the relevant objects to the pipeline: $u = Add-User -Password "secret" -RDN $Name -Container ("WinNT://" + $Computer) $uFullname $uPSBaseCommitChanges()
Example
Listing 201 shows the application of the directory services commandlets, applicable to a local Windows user database (tested on a Windows Server 2003 member server) or an Active Directory (tested on a Windows Server 2003 domain controller) Figure 201 shows a sample of the output Listing 201 Various Directory Service Operations via WinNT-Provider (available through wwwIT-Visionsde commandlets)
20 ADDITIONAL LIBRARIES ########################################### ## Test script for directory service access with ## the wwwIT-Visionsde PowerShell commandlets ## Dr Holger Schwichtenberg 2007 ########################################### Add-PSSnapin ITVisions_PowerShell_extensions # --- Parameters $Name = "cn=FoxMulder" $Container = "LDAP://XFilesServer/OU=Agents,DC=FBI,DC=net" # --- Write Write-Host "Access to Container" -ForegroundColor yellow Get-DirectoryEntry $Container | select name Write-Host "Create user" -ForegroundColor yellow $u = Add-User -Name $Name -Container $Container -Password "secret-123" -verbose (continues)