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set extension attribute to a user using powershell using QAD cmdlets?

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set extension attribute to a user using powershell using QAD cmdlets?
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You have to use the -objectattribute switch

set-qaduser USERNAME -objectattribute @{extensionattribute1='VALUE'}
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awesome all the time, thanks ken
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