Add members to a group with PowerShell commandlet

roualin powershell_2 Add members to a group with PowerShell commandletSometimes managing groups in Active Directory becomes tedious and even overwhelming. Sure, you can add a user to multiple groups using Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) and in cases where group management doesn’t happen often, this might be the way to go, but Quest Software has a set of PowerShell Commandlets that can make this task very easy to automate.

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Quest Active roles – Example of commands

roualin powershell_2 Quest Active roles - Example of commandsHere are some Quest commands working with Active Directory :

Get-QADComputer Retrieve computer objects that match specified conditions.

Connect-QADService Connect to AD domain controller (or AD LDS)

Disconnect-QADService Disconnect from an AD domain controller

Get-QADGroup Retrieve groups that match specific conditions

Set-QADGroup Modify attributes of group(s)

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PowerShell Snapins

roualin powershell_2 PowerShell SnapinsSnapins in Powershell are like toolboxes, including many commands, specific to a tool, a software, etc..

The two most important (most famous) :



Here is the command to add a snapin :


A really easy way to add all installed snapins :

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