Within groups and enterprises, there are usually more than one domains in the forest. If you want to change a group-based permission, you must add or remove a user from a group.
I was just read blog entry which complained about having to have administrative access to execute PowerShell commands against a remote server. This is not the case. We are “secure by default” which means that if you want to do something that exposes a security risk to your machines, you have to make a conscious […]
Usually we meet some problems which caused by certificate expiration, such as NPS server certificate expires, and then WiFi cannot be connected. Is there a way to monitor those certificates? Of course there is, PowerShell can do anything you want.