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Getting Active Directory Configuration with Powershell
Posted in Windows Powershell, Windows Server | No Comment | 1,845 views | 16/08/2009 20:11

I wrote this to get some information from Active Directory. I think it is pretty good for Active Directory management.

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function Get-ADInfo
{
    $ADDomain = [System.DirectoryServices.ActiveDirectory.Domain]::GetCurrentDomain()
    $ADDomainName = $ADDomain.Name
    $Netbios = $ADDomain.Name.Split(".")[0].ToUpper()
    $ADServer = ($ADDomain.InfrastructureRoleOwner.Name.Split(".")[0])
    $FQDN = "DC=" + $ADDomain.Name -replace("\.",",DC=")
 
    $Results = New-Object Psobject
    $Results | Add-Member Noteproperty Domain $ADDomainName
    $Results | Add-Member Noteproperty FQDN $FQDN
    $Results | Add-Member Noteproperty Server $ADServer
    $Results | Add-Member Noteproperty Netbios $Netbios
    Write-Output $Results
}

Usage sample:

$FQDN = (Get-ADInfo).FQDN
$Netbios = (Get-ADInfo).Netbios

As you see, I used “Add-Member” to help you to get what you really need.



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