How To Build A User Account Management GUI Tool With PowerShell

When your service desk team decides that they are sick and tired of keeping up with all the employee updates coming from HR, its time to start thinking of creating custom GUI tools so these tasks can be delegated. Not only is it fun to learn new things in PowerShell, but successful delegation is also an attribute of a good leader. In this video, Anthony will walk you through how to create a WPF form to work with Active Directory objects. He’ll walk you through connecting user account attributes to text boxes and account updates to buttons so that you can rid yourself of the menial updates to Active Directory. Prerequisites include: Active Directory PowerShell module Knowledge of WPF Recommended Snips: HOW TO CREATE A GUI FOR YOUR POWERSHELL SCRIPT WITH WPF