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Quest ActiveRoles Management Shell for Active Directory Quest’s ActiveRoles Management Shell for Active Directory is a set of free, predefined commands for PowerShell that help Exchange administrators work with Active Directory. Commands provided through the ActiveRoles Management Shell help automate common, repetitive bulk AD tasks. You can create, remove, or update AD objects easily through use of the tools. You can use the ActiveRoles Management Shell to create your scripts and then take it to the next level with ActiveRoles Server, which can be installed on a try-before-buy basis. To use ActiveRoles cmdlets, run Add-Pssnapin quest.activeserverroles.admanagement; to view all the commands you now have, use Get-Command *-QAD*.

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