The script checks whether a password that is assigned to a user meets Password Complexity Requirements and has the required minimum length.
The script validates 2 properties against each other. For example, using the script, you can check whether a city and a country specified for a particular user can be used together.
The script generates a report containing users whose yearly anniversary is within the specified period.
This script checks whether street addresses of users match their office names.
The script generates a report containing users that have a date stored in a text attribute older than specified in a parameter.
The script generates a report that will include users whose property values do not match templates of effective property patterns.
This script creates and emails a CSV report containing users whose e-mail address has been recently changed.
The script finds user accounts who have a certain Adaxes virtual property (e.g. CustomAttributeDate1) specified.
The script generates a report containing users who performed self-password reset during the specified time period.
The script generates a report that includes users who are members of a certain number of groups determined by a property value.
The script can be used to generate a report that will include user accounts recently moved to the specified OU.
This script e-mails a report on all users and includes information about Password Self-Service enrollment
The script generates a report containing user accounts disabled during the specified number of days.
Scripts to export reports on users blocked for Password Self-Service.
The script generates a report containing the dates when the specified user logged on to Azure AD for the specified period.
The script gets the Conferencing Policy assigned to a user in Lync and saves it to a property of the user account. This can be used to quickly view which policies are assigned to which users.
The scripts upload a user's photo to Microsoft 365 (Office 365). The photo will appear in client applications, such as Microsoft Outlook Web App, Lync, Skype for Business, and SharePoint.
The script updates properties of a user account in the resource domain based on the values of the corresponding account in the primary domain.
The scripts update properties of the target user with the corresponding default values from property patterns.