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#1 Adam1988


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Posted 06 January 2013 - 11:38 AM


Im about to start a secondment into a Sys admin role and my first job is to handle the process for when people leave the company.

What i need to accomplish is this:

1. a more streamlined approach to deleting peoples home shares if their managers do not need them. Currently we have to find their documents folder, desktop and favourites folder, take ownership and delete them but this is a very long winded approach. Ive heard of powershell being an option?

2. If they are required then to either change ownership to the relevant account or move them to an area on a file share and designate permissions.

I guess i was curious if people have a good process already in places or could recommend any ideas?

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