Here is the code:
$Domain = (Get-ADDomain).DistinguishedName $Query = "Support" $DistinguishedNames = @() $DistinguishedNames = Get-ADuser -Filter "Name -like '*$Query*'" -SearchBase $Domain | Select-Object DistinguishedName $DistinguishedNames += Get-ADGroup -Filter "Name -like '*$Query*'" -SearchBase $Domain | Select-Object DistinguishedName $DistinguishedNames += Get-ADOrganizationalUnit -Filter "Name -like '*$Query*'" -SearchBase $Domain | Select-Object DistinguishedName
The problem is that I managed doing it a lot of times and now I just can't get it done...
PS: I know that using Get-ADbject I can manage it better, but just wanted to know if there is a way because on Internet I found that the answer for it is just put this "$DistinguishedNames = @()" in the code.
$DistinguishedNames = Get-ADuser ....
undoes the benefit of line 3
$DistinguishedNames = @()
Line 4 re-declares $DistinguishedNames as System.Object (Selected.Microsoft.ActiveDirectory.Management.ADUser) instead of System.Array which is what line 3 does.
To fix the script, change line 4 to read
$DistinguishedNames += Get-ADuser ....
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Nice! Thanks a lot for the fast reply and attention!
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