Workgroup Servers

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yogeshcittu posted this 01 August 2017

Hi All,
Is there any way to find workgroup servers in active directory environment.Any script or orther ways to find out.?
Need to get a list of workgroup servers.
Regards,Yogesh

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daemonr00t posted this 01 August 2017

Your question is a bit confusing… if they are in a workgroup that is the organization they belong to, therefore they won’t be listed in AD.

What you might want to do is to check your network or virtualization platform and get a list of non-AD joined devices… but it’s a manual task.

Now… why are they in a workgroup instead of joined to the domain?

Cheers,

 

 

~danny

 

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yogeshcittu posted this 01 August 2017

So there are servers which is workgroup which is used for certificate revokation due to security concerns.Likewise wanted to know other non domain joined servers in the infra.
Knew that it can be taken through virtualization but just curious to know whether it can be achieved through any script.
Regards,Yogesh
On 01-Aug-2017 8:59 pm, "Danny CS" <daemonroot@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
















Your question is a bit confusing… if they are in a workgroup that is the organization they belong to, therefore they won’t be listed in AD.

What you might want to do is to check your network or virtualization platform and get a list of non-AD joined devices… but it’s a manual task.

Now… why are they in a workgroup instead of joined to the domain?

Cheers,

 

 

~danny

 

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daemonr00t posted this 01 August 2017

Well.. let’s say you have standardized credentials and then the list of computers… then you can play a bit with the

DomainRole attribute thru WMI

 

0 (0x0)  Standalone Workstation




1 (0x1)  Member Workstation


2 (0x2)  Standalone Server


3 (0x3)  Member Server


4 (0x4)  Backup Domain Controller


5 (0x5)  Primary Domain Controller

 

That will tell you if the machine is joined or a standalone.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Cheers,

 

 

~d

 

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yogeshcittu posted this 01 August 2017

Looking exactly for this.
Thanks Danny!!
Regards,Yogesh
On 01-Aug-2017 9:26 pm, "Danny CS" <daemonroot@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
















Well.. let’s say you have standardized credentials and then the list of computers… then you can play a bit with the

DomainRole attribute thru WMI

 

0 (0x0)  Standalone Workstation




1 (0x1)  Member Workstation


2 (0x2)  Standalone Server


3 (0x3)  Member Server


4 (0x4)  Backup Domain Controller


5 (0x5)  Primary Domain Controller

 

That will tell you if the machine is joined or a standalone.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Cheers,

 

 

~d

 

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