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  1. I have a WiFi network that I connect to using my AD credentials. This means I need to use a username and password combination instead of just a password. Is it possible to connect the pineapple to that network using the client mode (or on SSH terminal)? Client mode GUI doesn't allow me to connect using a username
  2. Hi all, I'm using... Get-ADuser $UserID -property MemberOf | % {$_.MemberOf | Get-ADGroup | select Name | sort name} ...to nicely list all the of the Active Directory groups that a user is a member of, in an easy-to-read format. I'm trying to only list the groups that begin with an @ sign. So instead of... @Group 1 @Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 ...I would get just... @Group 1 @Group 2 I'm then looking to remove these groups from the user's account. So, in summary; Get only the MemberOf groups beginning with @, for a user remove user from these groups How would I go about this? I've been playing for a while, but have got no further than the script above. Thank you,
  3. Hi all, Here's a nice script, entirely in a batch file, that ; Prompts for input of a user's Full Name and Email Address Sets their password to a random string of uppercase, lowercase and numerical characters. Generates an email to send to them, with their new password. Notes; Length of the password can be set using the line Set _RNDLength= Whether user has to reset their password on logging in can be set with -mustchpwd Amend OU= and DC= for your own companie's domain. @echo off :Start endlocal echo. echo This script will reset the password for a user, using their Full Name, echo and then generate the email to be sent to them. echo. echo Passwords are automatically set as 10 digits, using lowercase, echo uppercase and numbers. echo. echo. echo. set /p "DisplayName= Full Name : %=%" echo. echo. set /p "EmailAddress= Email : %=%" cls Setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion Set _RNDLength=10 Set _Alphanumeric=ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789 Set _Str=%_Alphanumeric%987654321 :_LenLoop IF NOT "%_Str:~18%"=="" SET _Str=%_Str:~9%& SET /A _Len+=9& GOTO :_LenLoop SET _tmp=%_Str:~9,1% SET /A _Len=_Len+_tmp SET _count=0 SET _RndAlphaNum= :_loop SET /a _count+=1 SET _RND=%Random% SET /A _RND=_RND%%%_Len% SET _RndAlphaNum=!_RndAlphaNum!!_Alphanumeric:~%_RND%,1! If !_count! lss %_RNDLength% goto _loop dsmod user "CN=%DisplayName%,OU=[OU],DC=[DC],DC=co,DC=uk" -pwd !_RndAlphaNum! -mustchpwd no IF ERRORLEVEL 0 ( GOTO SendEmail ) ELSE ( echo. echo Failed. echo. Pause GOTO Start ) :SendEmail start "" "mailto:%EmailAddress%?subject=Password%%20Reset&body=Hello,%%0D%%0A%%0D%%0AYour%%20AD%%20password%%20has%%20been%%20reset%%20to%%20!_RndAlphaNum!%%0D%%0A%%0D%%0AKind Regards,%%0D%%0A%%0D%%0AYour%%20Name" cls GOTO Start Email generated looks like this; Hello, Your AD password has been reset to kD5Xjfd8A6 Kind Regards, Your Name This saves me some time at work when we get loads of emails asking for password resets for AD accounts. Takes 30 seconds instead of a few minutes.
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