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Hey there, I’m Mike. Thanks for stopping by...

I’m an IT pro located in the Research Triangle Park area of North Carolina. I've spent my career supporting all flavors of Window operating systems from Windows 95 til today. I am proud to call myself a seasoned Active Directory Pro and PowerShell fanatic as well as sysadmin who loves to solve prolems in interesting ways.

I have benefitted so much from content and solutions provided by others over the years that I feel I am obligated to now give back to others who might be searching the web for solutions to problems they are facing. Hopefully there will be something interesting for you to learn every visit to my site.

I regularly post about PowerShell, Active Directory, Azure AD, automation and other topics that sysadmins deal with every day. I am a co-leader of the Raleigh-Triangle PowerShell user group and I'm also very proud to say that I am a published author/contributor of the PowerShell Conference Book ! I also write articles monthly for 4sysops.com .

Need someone to speak at your user group or PowerShell themed event? Please reach out to me via Email or Twitter if you would like to have me speak at your event. I have a number of topics I can present to a group. Also, you can find my code online at GitHub. Last but not least, I would love to hear from YOU, the reader, please feel free to leave me a message in the comments.


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