March: Active Directory Health Check
Sorry for the late notice here! I posted this last month to Google+ Events, and thought I'd posted it here, but clearly didn't. If you didn't already get a G+ event invite, please feel free to email me (Jaykul) at HuddledMasses.org and ask me to add you to that list.
In any case, this Thursday, March 6th, is this month's Rochester PowerShell User Group, and it will once again be purely virtual (next month we'll try to meet in person, I have a car again now).
Jeff Wouters, PowerShell MVP from the Netherlands, will be sharing his (until now) secret PowerShell project: an Active Directory Health Check script.
In his own words:
At each new customer there is a single thing I check before starting on a project: Active Directory health. You wouldn't believe the problems that you could encounter when AD isn't feeling that well, and what a headache it can cause when troubleshooting the issue(s).
Over the last few months I've been working on a private PowerShell project: a health check for Active Directory environments.
I'll show you the bumps in the road taken, the impact that scripting techniques can have on performance, the difference between choices (i.e. cmdlets vs. LDAP queries), and a first glimpse of the next step...
This meeting is virtual, and will happen via Google Groups, at the following URL: