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How run this script just for one OU?

Posted on 2012-03-09
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I use this script for my AD user reviews and would like to run it on users in just one OU and the OU's listed under that.  So how do I do this and list that OU in the output?  Here is the script.

using Activeroles AD management shell (x64)

Get-QADUser -IncludedProperties userAccountControl, WhoCreatedBy -SizeLimit 0 | Select-Object SamAccountName, LastName, FirstName, HomeDrive, HomeDirectory, PasswordLastChanged, PasswordNeverExpires, PasswordLastSet, PasswordExpires, AccountExpires, AccountIsLockedOut, LastLogon, WhenCreated, WhoCreatedBy, @{n='UserAccountStatus';e={ $_.UserAccountControl }}, @{n='Groups';e={ $_ | Get-QADMemberOf | Select-Object -ExpandProperty Name }} | Export-Csv "20120125a.csv" -NoTypeInformation
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KenMcF earned 500 total points
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Change your Get-QADUser to add this

-searchroot "OU=USER_ACCOUNTS,DC=DOAMIN,DC=LOCAL"
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