Tag: "powershell"

From Promiscuous to Port Scanning with Powershell

It’s been a while since my last post regarding Powershell which showed how to scan hosts for network interfaces in promiscuous mode. This time around, we’ll scan for some well known ports in our Active Directory to see who has a local IIS or SQL Express running on their machine. I know what you’re thinking. […]

Server 2008 R2: Active Directory Functional Levels

Windows Server 2008 R2 was released in August, and it introduced new functional levels for Active Directory. This article takes a look back at the different functional levels of the past and what is new in the latest release of the server operating system for Active Directory (yes, a recycle bin for AD objects!). Functional […]

Who’s Being Promiscuous in Your Active Directory?

I’m always a fan of more queries and peaks at what is going on in my AD domain, especially at what is happening on the workstations. I was working on some WMI queries to get information about network interfaces using the Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration class, and thought about promqry.exe. Promqry is a tool provided by Microsoft to […]