I’ve been so busy with working these days that I’ve been unable to spend as much time with documenting and scripting. One of the fun things I have been able to do though is to be a guest blogger for the Scripting Guys blog at Microsoft.
One of the scripts that I had developed for organizing Active Directory computers into OUs based on their IP information has been featured in a two part series.
The first article is for those organizations who are running Windows 2003/2003 R2 or 2008 non-R2 versions of Active Directory. This script utilizes the Quest ActiveRoles plug in for PowerShell.
The second article is for native 2008 R2 implementations and leveraging the new Get-ADComputer CmdLet.
Big thanks to Ed Wilson (aka @ScriptingGuys) over at Microsoft for giving me the opportunity to contribute. I’d love to hear your feedback and if you have any other suggestions for future content I may be able to bring.
Without further ado, here they are:
Use PowerShell to Move Computers Based on IP Addresses: Part 1
Use PowerShell to Move Computers Based on IP Addresses: Part 2