Server 8 Active Directory Recycle Bin

With the previous Server 2008 R2 also have a ad recycle bin feature,but we have to use it through the PowerShell only.(

But with the server 8, its possible to use this feature with GUI mode.

Step 1.Enable the active directory recycle bin on server 8 active directory

Open the active directory administrative center and just click on enable recyble bin(right side pane).once you enable this feature you have to refresh the active directory administrative center(simple press F5)




2.Now im going to delete my user account in IT OU



3.Now im going to restore this object. Therefore im just click on the mydomain.local(this is my domain name) and select the deleted objects


4.Now we can see that deleted objects in deleted objects I can select the item which I need to restore and click on restore



Server 8 beta released

Windows Server® is the leading server operating system that powers many of the worlds’ largest datacenters, enables small businesses around the world, and delivers value to organizations of all sizes in between. Building on this legacy, Windows Server "8" delivers hundreds of new features and enhancements for transforming virtualization and cloud computing to help you reduce IT costs and deliver more business value. Within Windows Server "8" you will find exciting innovations in areas of virtualization, networking, storage, user experience, and a transition to Windows PowerShell® to take scripting to a whole new level.

Manage Active Directory With PowerShell

How to create multiple accounts with powershell script

when you’re creating user accounts with active directory(GUI), you have to right click so many times and its time consuming.but with this script you can easily create multiple accounts continuously.This is also possible with importing scv also but if its only 10 or 20 accounts its easier to use this PowerShell script.This PowerShell can be run with the server or desktop(Windows 7) which has install rsat(Remote server administration tool) or domain controller(Windows 2008 R2)

1.Open the Active Directory PowerShell module from administrative tools


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