Rule based Active directory groups (RBAG) with PowerShell

This post describes the implementation of rule based Active Directory groups (RBAG’s), maintained by a custom PowerShell script. The need for such rule based groups can vary. For example maintaining an Active Directory group that holds all members of a specific department can be

Update-RBAGs.ps1
 
 
 
 
 
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2/19/2013
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  • Can the RBAG query pickup all objects in forest or just a single domain?
    1 Posts | Last post December 04, 2014
    • We use dynamic distribution groups extensively however, a common complaint by the end-user, is the lack of ability to see the members that are part of the group. So, our thoughts were that we could possibly mail enable an RBAG and provide the functionality of a dynamic distribution list, with the ability to see the members like in a static distribution group.