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Sean Kearney (Honorary Scripting Guy)
List computer accounts in Active Directory not used for XXX days
This function is a piece of PSWindowsUpdate module to manage Windows Update on a computer system running Windows. Whole module contain set of functions to check, download and install updates from PowerShell.
Updated 12/18/2014
Released 2/14/2011
OneScript Team
This PowerShell Script illustrates how to create a Shutdown ,Restart or Logoff Windows 8 tile to the Start menu.
Updated 11/18/2014
Released 11/7/2012
This script will create users in Active Directory based on the settings in the input file (see the Excel / CSV file below this script for an example of the input file used). These settings can, of course, be changed or extended (check this

Microsoft Technet Link to get an over
Updated 6/15/2015
Released 4/26/2012
Craig Lussier
These PowerShell scripts will automate downloading and installing the SharePoint 2013 Prerequisites on Windows Server 2012. The scripts will assist those who need to install SharePoint 2013 'offline' or wish to manually install its Prerequisites on Windows Server 2012.
Updated 6/6/2014
Released 11/22/2012
Boe Prox
This is an updated version of the Get-ProductKey function that was featured on PowerShell.com's PowerTips. This function expands on the existing code by allowing the querying of multiple remote systems, outputting of objects
that include the system, Operating System and version
Updated 5/5/2012
Released 5/5/2012
Rich Prescott
One task that every systems administrator has to go through at some point is the creation of new user accounts. Powershell makes this process simple and adds additional functionality, such as the ability to set defaults and import users from CSV.
Updated 12/4/2012
Released 10/1/2011
Tom Moser [MSFT]
This script is an automation example for KB2852386. See snippet/script for details.
Updated 1/2/2015
Released 5/13/2014
PowerShell Team - Microsoft
The DSC Resource Kit is a collection of experimental DSC Resources released by the PowerShell Team, designed to help you get started with DSC. These resources allow you to configure Active Directory, SQL Server, IIS, Hyper-V, RDSH, and more.
Updated 8/7/2015
Released 3/29/2014
OneScript Team - Microsoft
This VBA sample illustrates how to save attachments from multiple selected items in Outlook.
Updated 7/29/2013
Released 8/22/2012
OneScript Team
This script can be used to remove multiple Windows Store apps from a user account in Windows 8. It provides a list of installed Windows Store apps. You can specify the application IDs, and remove them all at once.
Updated 1/7/2015
Released 8/29/2012
Steve Goodman
As an Exchange administrator, there’s times when it’s useful to have a visual, straightforward and concise document that gives you a good overview of your environment. This script generates a HTML report and can be scheduled and emailed. Compatible with Exchange 2003 - 2016
Updated 9/16/2015
Released 4/23/2012
Pronichkin - Microsoft
Convert-WindowsImage is the new version of WIM2VHD designed specifically for Windows 8 and above. Written in PowerShell, this command-line tool allows you to rapidly create sysprepped VHDX and VHDX images from setup media for Windows 7/Server 2008 R2, Windows 8/8.1/Server 2012/R2
Updated 6/19/2015
Released 5/31/2012
Sorna Kumar Muthuraj
To search the whole database for a string in the tables. This stored procedure will return the tables and result set with the matching search string.

Updated 4/11/2015
Released 4/28/2011
OneScript Team
This PowerShell script illustrates how to list all the shared folder permissions and NTFS permissions.
Updated 1/14/2014
Released 11/14/2012
Jaap Brasser
Script to delete files older than x-days. The script is built to be used as a scheduled task, it automatically generates a log file based on the copy location and the current date/time. There are various levels of logging available.
Updated 11/14/2015
Released 3/5/2012

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