Category: PowerShell

Privileged Access Management

One of my favorite new features of AD 2016 is Privileged Access Management. This feature allows you to add a user to a global group for a set amount of time. This will be useful for temporary rights to the RDP or local administrator groups on servers. Using the –MemberTimeToLive parameter we are able to

PowerShell Summit 2019…I’m Speaking

I’m a little late but…I am honored to have been chose to again speak at the PowerShell + DevOps Global Summit April 29 – May 2, 2019 in Bellevue Washington. I will be presenting 90 minute session on advanced JEA configurations. When I submitted my session I put into the comments “this could be a

New User Groups are Forming

Following PowerShell Saturday in Chattanooga we are happy to say that we has some unexpected results. The first was the rebirth of the Chicago PowerShell User Group.This group of hard working individuals are working to put together quarterly PowerShell user group meetings. The second was also a rebirth of a PowerShell User Group, but this

Deploying JEA at Scale

At PowerShell Summit I did a session on Implementation JEA in your environment. Unfortunately to ran out of time and for one of the most important things. How do you deploy your JEA configuration to all your servers. I have had quite a few people ask me this via twitter so I though I would