- May 08, 2009 · We can get that by selecting “pwdLastSet” in the “Property” field, “Less or equal” in the “Operator” field, and selecting the calendar date three months ago in the “Value” field using the calendar control.
- Along the similar vein of XML, we can also cast strings to datetime objects. To create a datetime object, simply define a string that looks like a date such as 1/20/80. To you and me this is a date but PowerShell has no idea as you can see. There is no date-specific things to do on this. It’s just a string.
- Jun 26, 2015 · To do this I need to reset the pwdLastSet attribute in AD for each user and this needs to be done twice - the value needs to be set to 0 and saved and then to -1 I don't want to do this for the whole domain, just specific OU's Can any of you PS gurus help me please! Cheers
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