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Script to Change / Add AD attributes

Script to Change / Add AD attributes

Script to Change / Add AD attributes

(OP)
OK ... so this doing my head in ... probably have stared at it too much

Trying to Add / Change a couple of AD attributes through a PS Script to save me having to individually edit numerous users
Have Csv with following columns : User Company Department Manager

Script is as follows :

CODE -->

Import-Csv "C:\temp\update.csv" 

foreach ($user in $users) {
Get-ADUser -Filter "SamAccountName -eq '$($user.User)'" -Properties *  |Set-ADUser -department $($user.department) -title $($user.title) -company $($user.Company)
} 

but all it seems to do is list the users and not change the attributes :(

Any pointers gratefully accepted

Cheers

<Do I need A Signature or will an X do?>

RE: Script to Change / Add AD attributes

Before anything else, should

Import-Csv "C:\temp\update.csv"

read

$Users = Import-Csv "C:\temp\update.csv"

?

RE: Script to Change / Add AD attributes

(OP)
Sorry --- yes it does .... missed I'd not got that bit in the copy & paste for the code snippet !!!!!

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