PowerShell Script: Distinguished Name / Fully Qualified Domain Name to string

Posted on February 22, 2010. Filed under: Powershell Tangents |

Thank you for visiting my blog. I’ve moved this article to my new book’s website at: http://masteringposh.com/powershell-script-distinguished-name-fully-qualified-domain-name-to-string

This article is designed to be short and sweet. This article displays the method by which one would retrieve the FQDN or Distinguished Name of the Domain. This is code is very useful for any operations in Active Directory. A must know for any scripter that needs to call the domain on a system without hard coding the value in the script.

Lets take a theoretical network that consists of ‘division’ subdomain, ‘domain’ as the domain, and ‘root’ as the domain root.

See the full article on MasteringPOSH.com

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