SYNOPSIS Gets one or more Active Directory organizational units. CMDLET ALIASES None DESCRIPTION The Get-ADOrganizational unit cmdlet gets an organizational unit object or performs a search to retrieve multiple organizational units. The Identity parameter specifies the Active Directory organizational unit to retrieve. You can identify an organizational unit by its
SYNOPSIS Gets one or more Active Directory computers. DESCRIPTION The Get-ADComputer cmdlet gets a computer or performs a search to retrieve multiple computers. The Identity parameter specifies the Active Directory computer to retrieve. You can identify a computer by its distinguished name (DN), GUID, security identifier (SID) or Security Accounts
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If you work with Active Directory at all then Get-ADComputer is a PowerShell cmdlet that you will use at some point, and if you're like me, you will use it multiple times per day. Get-ADComputer is basically a search cmdlet. It might seem easier to use the GUI for search