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  1. Hey Guys, Good? I'm ned help to consult in other domain. My three domain contains any domains. How do I get this query done? Tks for the Help!
  2. Hi guys, I'm trying to make a script that could tell me, from a username list file, if the username is active, inactive or not existant in a multi-domain Active Directory.... I found a few scripts giving me hints but I found nothing to help me to accomplish this task... Do you have any ideas ! Thanks Bouzzi!
  3. This time I want to share this utility I developed to speed-up the helpdesk activity in our windows domain, used every day by my collegues. Our windows machines have no simple to remember name, and when a user calls it's good to quick find a set of informations about the user, the machine, the account and so on. In our domain every user and machine has a well made description, and many fields are completed. So, based on the fantastic UDF AD.au3 for active directory, I have this script that can: search both on user name - machine description, retrieving account name, name/su
  4. Today I want to share this little project made to check and notify the expiration of domain users password, in a Microsoft domain. Briefly, the script check users domain password expiration and takes actions. The script can work on multiple domain groups, taking different actions for every group, there is an .ini file with some options. Groups to be checked are defined in the .ini, and the groups must contain only users no other groups. The list of users of every group is obtained and if the password expiration in (remaining) days is matched (two possibilities) an email is sent.
  5. I've ported these two functions from PHP to AU3 to work with URLs. Made them for those who work with libraries like HTTP.au3 (not the one I coded), that needs passing the server domain, path, etc., instead of the full URL. Grab the lib here. ParseURL( $sURL ) Parses the URL and splits it into defined parts. Returns an array: [0] = Full URL (same as $sURL) [1] = Protocol (i.e.: http, https, ftp, ws...) [2] = Domain [3] = Port (or null if not specified) [4] = Path (or null if not specified) [5] = Query string (everything after the ? - or nu
  6. Hi all, I'm currently writing a backup script to automate the process of storing and compressing data for any member leaving the firm I work at. Ideally I would like to pull the user's display name or full name, for instance, a WMI query selecting FullName WHERE Win32_NetworkLoginProfile Name equals "Domain\kefinnegan" would bring back "Kevin Finnegan" or whatever naming convention your company uses. Although this solution seems ideal as long as you log in as a user with privileged access, it won't work if the domain user you wish to backup has been purged from the Active Directory system enti
  7. I'm Trying to get all computers returned in the active domain that have been active within the last 90 days, I'm currently stuck at just getting the full list of computers in the domain. I'm using the ADfunctions UDF. Here's my code: #include "XXX/ADfunctions.au3" _GetADComputers() Func _GetADComputers() Local $aComputers $sOU = $strDNSDomain _ADGetObjectsInOU($aComputers,$sOU,"(objectclass=computer)",2,"name") _ArrayDisplay($aComputers) Return($aComputers) EndFunc Any help is greatly appreciated!
  8. I help manage several networks, and get a lot of password reset request for students and such. So instead of making some of the staff admins, I found a creative way of giving them the ability to reset passwords. This is obviously for Active Directory domains only, and requires the AD.au3 UDF. They must be part of the group listed in the ini(if you use my method), and the group must have the delegate permission for setting a user's password in AD. Search for Delegate Control of an OU. Also, if you log to a server share like I did, make sure both share and NTFS permissions are opened up
  9. here is my example "simple" script to have a pc join the domain with the domain of "starwars", then you just type in the pc name you want. tweak to your liking, ShellExecute("sysdm.cpl") sleep(1000) ControlClick ( "System Properties", "", "[CLASS:Button; INSTANCE:2]" , "left" , 1 ) sleep(1000) ControlClick ( "Computer Name/Domain Changes", "", "[CLASS:Button; INSTANCE:3]" , "left" , 1 ) sleep(1000) Send("{TAB}starwars{SHIFTDOWN}{TAB}{TAB}{TAB}{SHIFTUP}")
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