I'm trying to come up with a way to get a display or friendly name for a local user logged into their PC. This is part of a larger project, and I need to be able to write some basic information to a database.
Here's what I have so far. I cannot for the life of me figure out what I am doing wrong. I am assuming it is a syntax error, as it works when I feed it information rather than a variable.
$user = whoami /upn
#Get-ADUser -Filter 'EmailAddress -eq "$user"' | Select Name | ft -HideTableHeaders
Get-ADUser -Filter 'EmailAddress -eq "firstname.lastname@example.org"' | Select Name | ft -HideTableHeaders
Keep in mind that if this is running on the client, that Windows RSAT tools need to be installed in order to use Get-ADUser as you will need the ActiveDirectory module. So, typically, ADSI is leveraged to find user information in those instances which is provided I the above link. The ADSI there can be shortened a bit, but validate it is working as expected first.
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