Registry Security PowerShell Module

Allows a much easier management of permissions inside the registry database using PowerShell

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Need script for given access of Read and write SPN for objects?
    2 Posts | Last post January 11, 2012
    • Hi Team,
       Good morning. I want script for given access rights for object.
      
      Requirement: Need to give access of Read Serviceprincipalname and Write ServicePrincipalName access for all objects.
    • Hi,
      
      no, that does not work as this module is for managing permissions in the registry. The ServicePrincipa​lName attribute is in Active Directory. You can use the ActiveDirectorySecurity Class http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.directoryservices.activedirectorysecurity.aspx to get this done.
      
      -Raimund
  • PS V3
    2 Posts | Last post November 05, 2011
    • Hi,
      
      I just upgraded to PS V3 and while following the instructions on Description page.
      
      Get-Module -ListAvailable doesn't work in PS V3, a new parameter "Name" is required. I wonder what does it asking for ? 
      
      Here are the system and PS specs
      
      Windows System 7, SP1
      PowerShell - C:\$Host-Version -> Major: 3, Minor:0, Build:-1 Revision:-1
      Module location: $PSModulePath -> C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules\
      
      However, Get-Module loads the standard modules though!
      
    • Hi, right, I can reproduce the issue. Can you please remove the line "CmdletsToExport = ''" from the psd1 file? It seems that key is no longer supported in V3. I have to fix this in all my modules. Thanks, Raimund