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I need to retrieve a specific AD attribute from all users in our domain.  The attribute is called passexpiration.  This attirbute is not native to active directory but was manually created.  How do i tell powershell to select the value of this attribute?
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You should be able to do this

get-qaduser -includedproperties passexpiration | Select passexpiration

I saw your post about your other question. I do not have access to my lab right now to test FGPP to give you an answer. If it is not answered I will try later tonight
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Ken,
You're the man!
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