Extended Attributes in AD

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    by lhead001 at 2013-01-15 21:29:11

    I have been using Quest's AD modules and have recently moved to PS v3. I could find an extended AD attribute named "info" using Quest's cmdlets like this:

    Get-Qaduser "username" -IncludeAllProperties | Select Name,info

    Is there a way to find the same attribute using the PS v3 cmdlet Get-ADUser or another cmdlet?


    by RichardSiddaway at 2013-01-16 11:17:14

    I've looked at the Microsoft cmdlet Get-ADUser
    if the property has a value it will be returned by using
    Get-ADUser -Identity Richard -Properties * | select Name, info

    if it isn't set then this
    Get-ADUser -Identity Richard -Properties * | select Name, info

    shows the info header but no value

    but this doesn't show info because it doesn't have a value
    Get-ADUser -Identity Richard -Properties * | select Name, i*

    by lhead001 at 2013-01-16 11:39:06

    That worked great...thank you.


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