Posted in Windows Powershell
, Windows Server
| 4 Comments
| 4,299 views | 22/08/2009 10:28
Are you kidding? How can I use “Remove-ADUser” to delete an user from Active Directory if there is no “-force” switch? Simply, it is for blocking automation scripts. We have so many IIS users in Active Directory. What should we do? Should we hire a new guy to manage users? I quit to use Powershell v2 AD modules for a while.
Update: You can assign $false to confirm parameter:
Remove-ADUser "User1" -Confirm:$False
Thanks to Shay Levi.