Monthly Archives: August 2016

Powershell: Find AD Users’ Logon History with their Logged on Computers

One of the daily system admin task is to check the user login history throughout the domain. It becomes quite a tough task if you have to go through thousands of event logs to find the correct security events of … Continue reading

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How to Digitally Sign the Powershell Scripts with Microsoft CA in Domain – A step-by-step Guide – Part 4

Go to >> Part-1:Install ADCS service and configure Code Signing Certificate Template Go to >> Part-2: Request the certificate to sign the script by user1Go to >> Part-3: Configure GPO to allow only signed scripts and add user1’s certificate to … Continue reading

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How to Digitally Sign the Powershell Scripts with Microsoft CA in Domain – A step-by-step Guide – Part 3

3) Configure GPO to allow only signed scripts and add user1’s certificate to trusted publisher group on domain computersGo to >> Part-1:Install ADCS service and configure Code Signing Certificate Template Go to >> Part-2: Request the certificate to sign the … Continue reading

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How to Digitally Sign the Powershell Scripts with Microsoft CA in Domain – A step-by-step Guide – Part 2

2) Request the certificate the sign the script by user1 Go to >> Part-1:Install ADCS service and configure Code Signing Certificate Template Go to >> Part-3: Configure GPO to allow only signed scripts and add user1’s certificate to trusted publisher … Continue reading

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How to Digitally Sign the Powershell Scripts with Microsoft CA in Domain – A step-by-step Guide – Part 1

Go to >> Part-2: Request the certificate the sign the script by user1 Go to >> Part-3: Configure GPO to allow only signed scripts and add user1’s certificate to trusted publisher group on domain computers Go to >> Part-4: Run … Continue reading

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