userSharedFolder attribute set

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  • #34236
    Profile photo of Partho Sankar Roy
    Partho Sankar Roy
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    Guys,

    Any idea how do I set a user's userSharedFolder attribute using powershell, Seems set-aduser doesnt have this attribute. I have a text file containing user samaccount name and userSharedFolder folder value.

    Thanks in advance.

  • #34238
    Profile photo of Don Jones
    Don Jones
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    Set-ADUser may not have a specific parameter, but the -Properties param can set anything.

  • #34239
    Profile photo of Partho Sankar Roy
    Partho Sankar Roy
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    Thanks for your reply Don, but did you mean -Properties param of set-aduser ? I think there is no -Properties in set-Aduser.

  • #34240
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    Partho Sankar Roy
    Participant

    I think I got it, I can use add or replace param in set-aduser, Thanks Don.

  • #34241
    Profile photo of Don Jones
    Don Jones
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    Apologies; wrong command. You'd use -Add or -Replace or -Remove. The help has examples.

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