If the connector cannot make a connection to the server specified in thehost property, it will try connecting to these failover servers in the specified order.
If checked and a password update is requested then user status (UAC value) won't be changed unless “User must change password at next logon” is set.
MSC), by default Windows generates a random (possibly, perhaps even probably non-printable) password for the computer account.
If you select the “Assign this computer account as a pre-Windows 2000 computer” it takes the s AMAccount Name, removes the trailing $ and then takes the first 14 characters, converts them to all lowercase and that becomes the computer password – this we will call the NT4 default computer password as it was the default prior to Windows 2000.
# This script sets a users account so that the password is to expire as per our policy, # and resets the last password change date so that the user doesn't need login and change # their password straight away. param ( [Parameter(Mandatory=$True)] [string]$Search Base, [Parameter(Mandatory=$True)] [string]$DNSDomain Name, [Parameter(Mandatory=$True)] [string]$s AMAccount Name, [bool]$Change = $False, [string]$Log File = $My Invocation. Name ".log" ) $Culture = Get-Culture If ((Test-Path $Logfile) -eq $False) # Get the user & properties from AD $ADUser = Get-ADUser -Filter -Search Scope Subtree -Search Base $Search Base -Properties Name,pwd Last Set, Password Never Expires -Server $DNSDomain Name # Check that user exist before going further.