9 thoughts on “Powershell Script to Pre-Seed Computer Objects in AD

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  2. Scotty

    Hey There,

    Thanks for sharing this example. Yup, pre-creating a computer account is certainly helpful, especially BEFORE joining them to the domain.

    I too occasionally blog on Powershell for Active Directory and would be happy to mention your tip on my blog sometime in the near future.

    Thanks again,
    – Scotty

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  3. Scotty

    Hey There,

    Thanks for sharing this example. Yup, pre-creating a computer account is certainly helpful, especially BEFORE joining them to the domain.

    I too occasionally blog on Powershell for Active Directory and would be happy to mention your tip on my blog sometime in the near future.

    Thanks again,
    – Scotty

    Reply
  4. packettracer

    SO.. how about changing the user that can add the computer to the domain? The default is Domain Admins, but lets say you had a specific user account used for adding PC to domain and you needed to specify that user account?

    Thanks!

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  5. packettracer

    SO.. how about changing the user that can add the computer to the domain? The default is Domain Admins, but lets say you had a specific user account used for adding PC to domain and you needed to specify that user account?

    Thanks!

    Reply
  6. Sudheep

    As packettracer posted, is it possible to add a security group in the ACL list of the computer created as for allowing the member of that group to join the computer to domain, as its restricted the joining to domain to particular members in a security group.

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  7. Sudheep

    As packettracer posted, is it possible to add a security group in the ACL list of the computer created as for allowing the member of that group to join the computer to domain, as its restricted the joining to domain to particular members in a security group.

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