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| 18,454,426 downloads | Last Updated: 4/15/2020 | Latest Version: 2.0.1-preview

Microsoft Azure PowerShell - Accounts credential management cmdlets for Azure Resource Manager in Windows PowerShell and PowerShell Core. For more information on account credential management, please visit the following: https://docs.microsoft.com/powershell/azure/authenticate-azureps

| 1,183 downloads | Last Updated: 9/1/2015 | Latest Version: 1.2.2

The StaleHosts module provides cmdlets for enumerating stale components of Active Directory, such as inactive user accounts, inactive computer accounts, and empty security groups. Get-StaleUsers Get-StaleComps Get-EmptyADGroups By default, this script will search for objects that have been inactive for a year (365 days). Reports are output a... More info

| 305 downloads | Last Updated: 11/6/2016 | Latest Version: 1.0

This function will show the Instances and the Port Numbers on a SQL Server using WMI and the status of the relevant SQL Service and its start mode

| 218 downloads | Last Updated: 7/30/2018 | Latest Version: 2.3

Simple Function to create needed SharePoint service accounts. Each service account will receive an unique password.

| 105 downloads | Last Updated: 6/16/2018 | Latest Version: 1.0.1

Use this script to gather Active Directory Service Accounts

| 76 downloads | Last Updated: 12/6/2018 | Latest Version: 1.0

Set-ADAccountStatusByOu sets the status of accounts (enabled or disabled) by an entire Organizational Unit. You may specify the OU by name or distinguished name. Enabling or disabling is handled by the Enable or Disable switch parameters, with Disable being the default. The SearchScope parameter is for controlling whether child ojbects of the OU ar... More info

| 33 downloads | Last Updated: 4/19/2020 | Latest Version: 1.0

If you are utilizing external, guest, or B2B users in your Office 365 or Azure environments, you may need a way to determine which objects haven't been logged in or used in a while. Azure AD doesn't provide an easy way to view this information (really only having the refresh token time avaiable). This script uses the RefreshTokensValidFromDate... More info