Adding to the expression

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  • #54824

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    Really stupid question here that is best explained with an example:

    get-aduser tuser| Select @{n='testname';e={$_.samaccountname}}

    I want to add to the end of the samaccountname like:

    get-aduser tuser| Select @{n='testname';e={$_.samaccountname}"SOMETHINGELSE"}

    I know it's something simple but I just don't know how to format it.

    Just learning here 🙂

    Thanks,
    Scott

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    @{n='testname';e={"$($_.samaccountname)SOMETHINGELSE"}}
    
  • #54827

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    The part inside the {} will evaluate any code and return the results, so you can use any method for creating and joining strings. One example:

    @{n='testname';e={"$($_.samaccountname)SOMETHINGELSE"}}
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    Perfect! I knew it was something simple.

    Thanks for not making me feel stupid...lol

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