Updated PowerGUI Active Directory Pack

Our AD PowerPack has been quite outdated for a long time. I think it has been more or less the way it was initially created to demo AD cmdlets 1.0.1 integration at MMS. Not anymore! Last week we’ve set down and added a bunch of new features to the pack taking advantages of the enhancements introduced to both cmdlets (in versions 1.0.2 and 1.0.3) and PowerGUI itself (the pack now works with PowerGUI 1.0.8 or later).

Here’s the quick what’s new:

  • Description and system requirements shown/enforced on import
  • User password reset
  • OU browsing
  • Remove the default 100 item limits
  • User CSV Provisioning (!)
  • Enable User
  • Recursive Member Of
  • New User
  • New Group
  • Remove User
  • Remove Group

And here’s how it looks like:

Updated Active Directory PowerPack for PowerGUI

And don’t forget that all of that comes with the standard PowerGUI sorting, filtering, reporting, and bulk operations capabilities. And, if you are using Windows Server 2008 it integrates with the new Fine-Grained Password Policies UI. And, everything you do is also output as PowerShell code on the corresponding tab. And, you can add/remove/modify any node, link, or action. Etc., etc.

Go download it here.

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