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July 17, 2015 at 9:34 am


I'm trying to update Active Directory users information using Office 365 information.
The first step was to retrieve all users I have on Office 365:

$Users = Get-msoluser | sort UserPrincipalName

Then I need to add a property called ADUser on each one (because my Active Directory isn't federated with Office 365, then... AD user is different that Office 365 user.)
I've tried something like this:

$ADUsers = @()
$ADUsers = foreach ($User in $Users){$User | Add-Member NoteProperty ADUser (Get-ADUser -Filter * -Properties mail,SamAccountName | where {$_.mail -eq $User.UserPrincipalName}).SamAccountName}

Obviously it isn't working... But I don't know a way to do it.
All I need is to add that property on every user and put them on another variable (or the same if this can be done)...

July 17, 2015 at 9:52 am

Nevermind... Been able to do the task with this command:

$Users | ForEach-Object {$_ | Add-Member NoteProperty ADUser (Get-ADUser -Filter {mail -eq $_.UserPrincipalName} -Properties SamAccountName).SamAccountName}

PS: How can I check this post as resolved?

July 17, 2015 at 10:01 am

Your logic isn't quite correct. You are returning ALL AD users and then filtering to find a user, for every person in your Get-MSOLUser dump, which is going to take a long time. Take a look at this logic that searches for the AD User, gets the SamAccountName and then we return the UPN from $users (Get-MSOLUser) and add a property for SamAccountName from $AdUser (Get-ADUser):

$ADUsers = foreach ($User in $Users){
    $ADUser  = Get-ADUser -Filter "Mail -eq $User.UserPrincipalName" -Properties mail,SamAccountName
    $User | Select UserPrincipalName,

July 21, 2015 at 9:06 am

Rob Simmers,