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Using the Admin Audit log
PowerShell command for you. The output from the Command Pane should be similar
to the window shown in Figure 9-31.
Figure 9-31 Command Pane showing the New-DistributionGroup cmdlet with parameters.
If you had not used the ISE, you would need to know the following syntax of the
command:
New-DistributionGroup -Members admin -Name WestCoastManagers
5. Use the Get-Group cmdlet to verify that the groups have been successfully created.
Figure 9-32 shows the results from the Get-Group cmdlet.
Figure 9-32 Results of the Get-Group Windows PowerShell cmdlet after adding two new
distribution groups.
Using the Admin Audit log
The Search-AdminAuditLog cmdlet allows you to search the contents of the administrator
log. In this exercise, we will use Search-AdminAuditLog to search for newly created objects.
In the previous exercise, you created new distribution groups. You can use Search-Admin-
Auditlog to find information about these new groups by following these steps:
1. Start the ISE and establish a PSSession if you do not already have one.
2. In the Command Prompt window, type the following command and press Enter:
Search-AdminAuditLog -Cmdlets New-DistributionGroup
You should see the new distribution groups that were recently created. Your output
should look similar to what is shown in Figure 9-33.
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