HOW TO BACKUP AND RECOVER GROUP POLICY OBJECTS


How to Backup and Recover Group Policy Objects (GPOs)

Creating a custom management console for your Citrix tools

 

Linux server topics and configurations


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Troubleshooting Event 4740 Lockout with Caller Computer Name


# Enable netlogon verbose logging on Domain Controller
nltest /DBFlag:2080FFFF
# Search entries with the username “jsmith”
Select-String -Path C:\Logs\netlogon.log -Pattern ‘jsmith’
# Disable netlogon verbose logging on Domain Controller
nltest /DBFlag:0x0

netlogon-log-powershell

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PowerShell Documentation

Windows server 2019 Active Directory using PowerShell

Verify if an update is installed


PS> $A = Get-Content -Path ./Servers.txt

PS> $A | ForEach-Object { if (!(Get-HotFix -Id KB957095 -ComputerName $_)) { Add-Content $_ -Path ./Missing-KB957095.txt }}

Note: 

The $A variable contains computer names that were obtained by Get-Content from a text file. The objects in $A are sent down the pipeline to ForEach-Object

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