Moving AD Computer objects from one group to another group

Hi there !

I hope everything is allright. Now it’s been a long time since I last wrote on the blog.
Yes, what have I done ? Yeah, I have worked hard in a migrate projects in a large company. Where I was one of many packaging engineers – to package 1200 applications. From an old Windows environment to a new one. Where I ran into a problem when we moved many computer object to an application group to another. Of course , we had a powershell script to do this work. But this was still a problem when you had a lot to do, for the moment . Therefore , I made a gui that less experienced powershell users could use, to help me move computer objects . This is the result :

Requirements:

1. Windows 7 or newer
2. RSAT-tool for windows 7 or 8, and enable the Active Directory powershell Module
3. Permission to  move Active Directory computer objects.

Download the tool here: MoveAdDevices1.0.3

 

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New Features added to version 1.0.3:

Now you can select type of object you want to move from the Group. Devices or Users-objects

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