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Powershell script to create multiple new users in Office365 using a CSV file

Posted on 2011-09-30
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I have been tasks to get a new Office 365 environment up and running.  I know how to create a single new user in Office 365 within Powershell.  But if I need to create 100+ users, I would rather use a CSV file.

Does anyone know how to use Powershell to use a CSV file to create new users for Office 365?
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by:Joseph Daly
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Can you post the script you are using for the single user. Im sure we can modify that to work with a CSV file.

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xxdcmast:

I finally figured it out.  Thanks for taking an interest in resolving my issue.
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I resolved my own issue.
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