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  1. Jay Brophy said:

    Do you have a part 2 to this ? I am trying to do exactly this and and having problems when trying to add the trusted domain Global Group to a Domain Local group. Noting I have tried works. Seems the foreign security principal must exist first, though the ADUC GUI is able to do it.

    Powershell ā€“ Adding Users to DomainLocal Groups when using Trusted Domains ā€“ Part 1

  2. I read your post awhile ago about the RSAT tools being available for windows 7 and I’ve been using it for quite awhile. I do have a question for you that I can’t seem to find.

    If I have a security group called helpdesk with a few users added to it.

    And i’ve delegated control of a few specific OU’s in Active directory to the helpdesk security group.

    How do I make it so that the users of that group will be able to run the active directory users and computers snap-in from MMC on their desktops?

    The users are unable to launch the snap-in with thier current permissions even though they do have access to various objects and OU’s within AD.

    I would prefer not give them access to RDP to the server, only management of the ADUC snap-in through MMC locally on their computer.

    If you could help me with this that would be great!

    Thank you!

    Josh

  3. Hello Sean, I saw you function for manipulating file paths by splitting them in various forms, and here’s the other way to do that:
    function getDirFromPath([string]$filePath) {
    $elements=$filePath.split(“\”)
    $dirPath= [string]::join(“\”, $elements[0..($elements.count-2)])
    return $dirPath
    }

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