Home Folder – Compare folders against current domain users

Here is a PowerShell script which probes network home folders with users against the domain. Helpful in order to determine which home folders no longer reference current user accounts and which can safely be removed/archived. $folders = gci "\\Domain.Local\DFS\Users" #This is the root path containing home folders. foreach ($folder in $folders)   {     $username1 … Continue reading Home Folder – Compare folders against current domain users

Windows Server 2012 – Get Folder Size Statistics

Here is a PowerShell function helpful in populating statistics of sub-folder sizes. Create a PS1 file named Get-FolderSize.ps1 with the following contents: Function Get-FolderSize {  BEGIN{$fso = New-Object -comobject Scripting.FileSystemObject}  PROCESS     {     $path = $input.fullname     $folder = $fso.GetFolder($path)     $size = $folder.size     [PSCustomObject]@{‘Name’ = $path;’Size’ = ($size / 1gb) }     } … Continue reading Windows Server 2012 – Get Folder Size Statistics

Exchange 2013 – Get Mailbox Size Statistics

Here is an Exchange Shell script which is helpful in determining mailbox sizes. Queries all user objects within an OU so it is nifty for producing statistics, especially for disabled users. $mailboxes =  Get-mailbox –OrganizationalUnit “domain.local/CompanyName/Disabled Users” foreach ($mailbox in $mailboxes) {     $name = $mailbox.Name     Get-MailboxStatistics $name | Sort -Property TotalItemSize | Select-Object … Continue reading Exchange 2013 – Get Mailbox Size Statistics

Home Folder – Archiving Disabled Users

Here is aPowerShell script to archive all users within an organisational unit (Disabled Users) to a network path. Prerequisite is to grant your Administrator account with ownership/full control permissions to home folders in question prior move. If this condition is not met, then original home folders will remain with remnant data which was inaccessible. $users … Continue reading Home Folder – Archiving Disabled Users