Dmitry Sotnikov: Using Windows PowerShell to manage Windows Server 2008 Active Directory and Read-On

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Windows PowerShell is included as part of Windows Server 2008. Join Dmitry Sotnikov from Quest Software and Scott Ottaway from Microsoft as they demonstrate the use of Windows PowerShell to manage new features in Server 2008 including new Active Directory features and Read-Only Domain Controllers.

Go to http://www.quest.com/activeroles-server/arms.aspx to download the free Quest Software Active Directory cmdlets and their free GUI for executing PowerShell cmdlets and writing Windows PowerShell scripts.

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