Service Manager (SCSM) User Role PowerShell Scripts

This is a collection of (for now) two PowerShell scripts that use SMLets to reveal interesting information about user roles in SCSM.

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  • Deep nested groups
    1 Posts | Last post January 29, 2015
    • Deep nested group membership detection does not seem to work with this scrip. 
      I have a user that is a member of an ad group that is a member of a group that is a member of a group. The top level group for our purposes here is called Top. Top is a part of several different security roles in Sm. When I run your script this user is not being reported as a member of any role that contains the Top AD group.
      But the user is being reported as a member of Domain users and any role that has domain users will show in the results.
  • blog post link
    2 Posts | Last post October 24, 2013
    • The link redirect on the same page.
    • Thanks for pointing that out.  I've fixed the link.  I need more sleep! :)
  • Get-UserPermissions.ps1
    2 Posts | Last post October 24, 2013
    • Hi Travis,
      I'm not sure to understand where do the $Username and $Userrolename values come from.
      Param([string]$Username) => $Username ??
      function Show-Permissions($Userrolename) ??
      Did you cut the begining of the script ?
      And the link looks wrong at the end of the second point "blog post"
    • Shame on me....
      Wrong copy past of your script :o)