Have a CSV of DeviceName from AzureAD, need ObjectId or DeviceID This topic contains 2 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by Jon 3 months, 2 weeks ago. Author Posts April 2, 2018 at 8:29 pm #97694 Chris BushParticipant Hello all, I have a CSV of Device Names in Azure AD, I want to get a list of DeviceID or ObjectId for each of the names on the list. I have tried the following # $CHGList = Import-Csv -path C:\Users\username\desktop\CHGList.csv get-msoldevice -name $CHGList | Select-Object ObjectID | Export-CSV -Path "C:\Users\username\desktop\AzureDeviceID.csv" # I have tried piping over results and running it that way I have tried changing the Custom Object to a String I have tried # $CHGList = Import-Csv -path C:\Users\username\desktop\CHGList.csv $Modification = $null $Modification = $CHGList -join "," get-msoldevice -name $Modification | Select-Object ObjectID | Export-CSV -Path "C:\Users\username\desktop\AzureDeviceID.csv" # I've looked at trying to loop through the CSV file and it's making no sense. Can I get some help? Thanks all for your time. April 2, 2018 at 8:52 pm #97697 Joel SallowParticipant What does your CSV look like? Even if it's a single property, you need to reference that property when passing the values to other things. For example, if the column in the CSV was named "DeviceName", you would do: Get-MsolDevice -Name $CHGList.DeviceName | Select-Object -Property ObjectID | Export-CSV -Path "C:\Users\username\desktop\AzureDeviceID.csv" April 3, 2018 at 1:27 pm #97747 JonParticipant What results do you get when you do this? get-msoldevice -name $CHGList | Select-Object ObjectID Have you tried this? $chglist | get-msoldevice | select objectid Author Posts You must be logged in to reply to this topic.