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A slight improvement: CTRL+ALT+A followed by CTRL+ALT+W (no need to release CTRL+ALT in between) brings up the extended (W) search in all folders (A). From there, a single category to search for can be chosen in a dropdown menu.


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I would solve this using the Power Pivot add-in. First I would split your Book Archive into two tables: 1. A new table e.g. Book Authors with just two columns, Book and Author. If a Book has multiple Authors, it would have multiple rows. 2. The current table, with all the Authors removed. Then I would load those two tables into Power Pivot and set the ...


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I asked this question on TechNet as well, so for anyone that is interested in my solution that I'm using - here it is: $ACLs = get-acl $Folder.FullName | ForEach-Object {$_.Access} | Where {$_.IdentityReference -notlike "*S-1-5*" -and (dsquery group -samid $_.IdentityReference.Value.Split("\")[1])} That worked to only return the 'group' AD items.


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You can't get the info your looking for directly from the IdentityReference, but if you throw some logic at it (not unlike the direction you were already heading to filter out the SID accounts), you can narrow it down to just AD objects. (Get-Acl -Path $Folder.FullName | ForEach-Object { [string]$Identity = $_.IdentityReference if ($Identity -like '*\*' ...


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You can use facedetect: mkdir face noface for f in *.jpg;do facedetect -q "$f"&&mv "$f" face||mv "$f" noface;done I had to install opencv first on OS X: brew tap homebrew/science brew install opencv export PYTHONPATH=/usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages:$PYTHONPATH I also got the error facedetect: error: cannot load HAAR_FRONTALFACE_ALT2 ...



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