Get-Aduser -filter

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  • #61929

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    I want to search AD using the displayprintablename due to our tracking system. I can export a CSV to include their full name, POBox, ticket number. I have to use ANR and the problem with that is if I have 50 John Doe's I need to filter based on their POBox.

    I want to run this report everyday so if a person is no longer in AD, we can close their ticket. I have this code and it works perfectly, I *think* I just need to add another -and statement but my brain can't come up with the solution

    $arraylist = Import-Csv '\\nw145757\Projects\QuerySnow.csv'
    $arraylist | % {
    Get-ADUser -filter "anr -eq '$($_.RequestedFor)'" -Properties * | select displaynamePrintable, DisplayName, POBox, samAccountName, mail
    } | ft


  • #61930

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    "anr -eq '$($_.RequestedFor)' -and something -eq something"


    • #61965

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      that was it. I'm not sure how I missed this but I appreciate it!

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  • #62061

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    It's not but I have a feeling I know who that is

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