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Determine Forest and Domain Functional Levels in Powershell

Thursday, November 6th, 2014

A quick and easy post:

Import-Module ActiveDirectory

# Get the forest functional level
(Get-ADForest).ForestMode

# Get the domain functional level
(Get-ADDomain).DomainMode

Easy enough!

ADin' Tom Out.

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