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How to export into CSV after comparing info between CSV and AD users info ?

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Hello,
I would like to create a csv with the following values:
Last Name,First Name,Dept Descrip,Job Title,Clock Number

The created CSV is the resultant of a comparison of a File.csv against AD.

Here is the code
$File = Import-Csv "c:\file.csv"
$Ad = Get-ADUser -filter * -Properties sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber  -SearchBase "OU=OU,DC=domain,DC=com" | Select-Object  sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber
Foreach ($File_User in $FILE){
	$i = 0
	[array]$Search = $Ad | ? {(($_.EmployeeNumber -eq $File_User."Clock Number") -and ($_.sn -eq $File_User."Last Name") -and ($_.givenName -eq $File_User."First Name") -and ($_.department -eq $File_User."department") -and ($_.title -eq $File_User."title"))}
	If ($Search){
		:userloop Foreach ($AD_User in $Search) {
			$i++
			Clear-Host
			write-output ""
			write-host " %%%%%%%%%%%% FOUND THE FOLLOWING EMPLOYEE IN  FILE %%%%%%%%%%%%%" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " LASTNAME: $($File_User."Last Name")" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " FIRST NAME: $($File_User."First Name")" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " DEPARTMENT: $($File_User."Dept Descrip")" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " TITLE: $($File_User."Job title")" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			#write-output " TELEPHONE NUMBER: $($File_User.telephoneNumber)"
			#write-output " FLEX ID: $($File_User.employeeID)"
			write-host " CLOCK NUMBER: $($File_User."Clock Number")" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-output ""
			write-host " &&&&&&&&&&& FOUND THE FOLLOWING EMPLOYEE IN ACTIVE DIRECTORY &&&&&&&&&&&" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " LASTNAME: $($AD_User.sn)" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " FIRST NAME: $($AD_User.givenName)" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " DEPARTMENT: $($AD_User.department)" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " TITLE: $($AD_User.title)" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			#write-output " TELEPHONE NUMBER: $($AD_User.telephoneNumber)"
			#write-output " FLEX ID: $($AD_User.employeeID)"
			write-host " CLOCK NUMBER: $($AD_User.employeeNumber)" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-output ""
			Edit_AD_User			
		}
	}
#SO RIGHT HERE IT NEEDS TO CREATE THE CSV FILE FOR THE
#AD USERS THAT DID NOT PASS THE CONDITIONAL IF ON 
#If ($Search) AS MENTIONED ABOVE
	Else {" Lets create a file. No EMPLOYEE Found in ACTIVE DIRECTORY for $($File_User.SN)"}
}

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Thanks for your help,
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by:Subsun
ID: 38807961
Try saving the discarded objects in a array and export it in the end..
$Result = @()
$File = Import-Csv "c:\file.csv"
$Ad = Get-ADUser -filter * -Properties sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber  -SearchBase "OU=OU,DC=domain,DC=com" | Select-Object  sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber
Foreach ($File_User in $FILE){
	$i = 0
	[array]$Search = $Ad | ? {(($_.EmployeeNumber -eq $File_User."Clock Number") -and ($_.sn -eq $File_User."Last Name") -and ($_.givenName -eq $File_User."First Name") -and ($_.department -eq $File_User."department") -and ($_.title -eq $File_User."title"))}
	If ($Search){
                 <Code>
		}
	}
#SO RIGHT HERE IT NEEDS TO CREATE THE CSV FILE FOR THE
#AD USERS THAT DID NOT PASS THE CONDITIONAL IF ON 
#If ($Search) AS MENTIONED ABOVE
	Else {$Result += $File_User}
}
$Result | Select * | Export-csv c:\Result.csv

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by:namerg
ID: 38810427
@subsun,
I think your code exports users from $File_User and not $Ad

Thanks,
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by:Subsun
ID: 38810634
You are looking to export the users which are not in AD but CSV right?
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by:namerg
ID: 38810724
The logic is this:

For example:
File has lastname, firstname
AD has lastname, firstname

So,IF (file.lastname and file.firstname) equals (AD.lastname and AD.firstname) THEN
     "Bingo"
   ELSE
      "Create a csv file with AD.lastname and AD.firstname

Thanks for your help,
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by:Subsun
ID: 38811329
In that case try...
$Result = @()
$File = Import-Csv "c:\file.csv"
$Ad = Get-ADUser -filter * -Properties sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber  -SearchBase "OU=OU,DC=domain,DC=com" | Select-Object  sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber
Foreach ($File_User in $FILE){
	$i = 0
	[array]$Search = $Ad | ? {(($_.EmployeeNumber -eq $File_User."Clock Number") -and ($_.sn -eq $File_User."Last Name") -and ($_.givenName -eq $File_User."First Name") -and ($_.department -eq $File_User."department") -and ($_.title -eq $File_User."title"))}
	If ($Search){
		:userloop Foreach ($AD_User in $Search) {
		If ($File_User."Last Name" -ne $AD_User.sn -or $File_User."First Name" -ne $AD_User.givenName){$Result += $AD_User}
		<Code>
		}
	}
#SO RIGHT HERE IT NEEDS TO CREATE THE CSV FILE FOR THE
#AD USERS THAT DID NOT PASS THE CONDITIONAL IF ON 
#If ($Search) AS MENTIONED ABOVE
}
$Result | Select * | Export-csv c:\Result.csv

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by:namerg
ID: 38811538
@Subsun,
On line 6, if that statement is not true it will not continue to the next line, in other words.

If file.lastname equals ad.lastname {
  "TRUE, YOU BOTH ARE EQUAL
ELSE
   "YOU ARE NOT EQUAL, LET's CREATE a CSV FILE with the AD. LASTNAME.

Thanks,
PS: By the way, do not take the uppercase offensive or personal.
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by:Subsun
ID: 38811620
Well.. I didn't notice that..

So,IF (file.lastname and file.firstname) equals (AD.lastname and AD.firstname) THEN
     "Bingo"
   ELSE
      "Create a csv file with AD.lastname and AD.firstname
If I am not mistaken above condition result will include all users from AD

Or are you looking for the users which match Last name but no first name and First Name but not last name?

For  example, we have following users in AD and you are going to Edit John cash and you want the other three member (Matching either First Name or Last name) Except Sub Sun added to CSV file. Am I correct?

John cash
john cusack
John Cena
Nick cash
Sub Sun

Sorry, I am confused and sleepy.. :-)
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by:namerg
ID: 38812081
Jajaja, you make me laugh.
Yes, eventually, I will the list of all AD users that does not matc first name, lastname, title,etc,etc, and the CSV will be given to HR, ohh it will be nice if we dump the samaccountname into CSV also.

So, get some rest so you are not confused or sleepy.

Are you from the Ganesh country ? :)
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by:Subsun
ID: 38814615
Try this.. This will give you the list of users which are there in AD but not in CSV..
$Result = @()
$File = Import-Csv "c:\file.csv"
$Ad = Get-ADUser -filter * -Properties sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber  -SearchBase "OU=OU,DC=domain,DC=com" | Select-Object  sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber
Foreach ($AD_User in $Ad){
If (!($File | ?{$AD_User."Last Name" -eq $_.sn -and $AD_User."First Name" -eq $_.givenName})){$Result += $AD_User}
}
$Result | Select * | Export-Csv C:\report.csv -NoTypeInformation

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Ganesh country ???
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by:namerg
ID: 38814663
Hmmm,
Do i need to modify the existing code?
This is what I have and want to keep the existing functionality while I add yours.
$File = Import-Csv "c:\scripts\ceridian\upiemps_Test.csv"
$Ad = Get-ADUser -filter * -Properties sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber  -SearchBase "OU=OU,DC=COMPANY,DC=com" | Select-Object  sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber
$Result = @()
Foreach ($File_User in $FILE){
	$i = 0
	[array]$Search = $Ad | ? {(($_.EmployeeNumber -eq $File_User."Clock Number") -and ($_.sn -eq $File_User."Last Name") -and ($_.givenName -eq $File_User."First Name") -and ($_.department -eq $File_User."department") -and ($_.title -eq $File_User."title"))}
	If ($Search){
		:userloop Foreach ($AD_User in $Search) {
			$i++
			Clear-Host
			write-output ""
			write-host " %%%%%%%%%%%% FOUND THE FOLLOWING EMPLOYEE IN  FILE %%%%%%%%%%%%%" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " LASTNAME: $($File_User."Last Name")" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " FIRST NAME: $($File_User."First Name")" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " DEPARTMENT: $($File_User."Dept Descrip")" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " TITLE: $($File_User."Job title")" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			#write-output " TELEPHONE NUMBER: $($File_User.telephoneNumber)"
			#write-output " FLEX ID: $($File_User.employeeID)"
			write-host " CLOCK NUMBER: $($File_User."Clock Number")" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-output ""
			write-host " &&&&&&&&&&& FOUND THE FOLLOWING EMPLOYEE IN ACTIVE DIRECTORY &&&&&&&&&&&" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " LASTNAME: $($AD_User.sn)" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " FIRST NAME: $($AD_User.givenName)" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " DEPARTMENT: $($AD_User.department)" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " TITLE: $($AD_User.title)" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			#write-output " TELEPHONE NUMBER: $($AD_User.telephoneNumber)"
			#write-output " FLEX ID: $($AD_User.employeeID)"
			write-host " CLOCK NUMBER: $($AD_User.employeeNumber)" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-output ""
			Edit_AD_User			
		}
	}
	Else {" Lets create a file. No EMPLOYEE Found in ACTIVE DIRECTORY for $($File_User.SN)"}
}

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Where do i put your code?
Ganesh Country =  India
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by:Subsun
ID: 38814684
You can put it anywhere it's interdependent.. Yes I am from India.. Where are you from?

$File = Import-Csv "c:\scripts\ceridian\upiemps_Test.csv"
$Ad = Get-ADUser -filter * -Properties sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber  -SearchBase "OU=OU,DC=COMPANY,DC=com" | Select-Object  sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber
$Result = @()
Foreach ($AD_User in $Ad){
If (!($File | ?{$AD_User."Last Name" -eq $_.sn -and $AD_User."First Name" -eq $_.givenName})){$Result += $AD_User}
}
$Result | Select * | Export-Csv C:\report.csv -NoTypeInformation
Foreach ($File_User in $FILE){
	$i = 0
	[array]$Search = $Ad | ? {(($_.EmployeeNumber -eq $File_User."Clock Number") -and ($_.sn -eq $File_User."Last Name") -and ($_.givenName -eq $File_User."First Name") -and ($_.department -eq $File_User."department") -and ($_.title -eq $File_User."title"))}
	If ($Search){
		:userloop Foreach ($AD_User in $Search) {
			$i++
			Clear-Host
			write-output ""
			write-host " %%%%%%%%%%%% FOUND THE FOLLOWING EMPLOYEE IN  FILE %%%%%%%%%%%%%" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " LASTNAME: $($File_User."Last Name")" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " FIRST NAME: $($File_User."First Name")" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " DEPARTMENT: $($File_User."Dept Descrip")" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " TITLE: $($File_User."Job title")" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			#write-output " TELEPHONE NUMBER: $($File_User.telephoneNumber)"
			#write-output " FLEX ID: $($File_User.employeeID)"
			write-host " CLOCK NUMBER: $($File_User."Clock Number")" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-output ""
			write-host " &&&&&&&&&&& FOUND THE FOLLOWING EMPLOYEE IN ACTIVE DIRECTORY &&&&&&&&&&&" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " LASTNAME: $($AD_User.sn)" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " FIRST NAME: $($AD_User.givenName)" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " DEPARTMENT: $($AD_User.department)" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " TITLE: $($AD_User.title)" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			#write-output " TELEPHONE NUMBER: $($AD_User.telephoneNumber)"
			#write-output " FLEX ID: $($AD_User.employeeID)"
			write-host " CLOCK NUMBER: $($AD_User.employeeNumber)" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-output ""
			Edit_AD_User			
		}
	}
	Else {" Lets create a file. No EMPLOYEE Found in ACTIVE DIRECTORY for $($File_User.SN)"}
}

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by:namerg
ID: 38814892
I'm from Colombia.
I think the code is in a loop.

It created the file with no contents, but still spitting "Let's create a file"
$File = Import-Csv "c:\scripts\file.csv"
$Ad = Get-ADUser -filter * -Properties sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber  -SearchBase "OU=OU,DC=COMPANY,DC=com" | Select-Object  sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber
$Result = @()
Foreach ($File_User in $FILE){
	$i = 0
	[array]$Search = $Ad | ? {(($_.EmployeeNumber -eq $File_User."Clock Number") -and ($_.sn -eq $File_User."Last Name") -and ($_.givenName -eq $File_User."First Name") -and ($_.department -eq $File_User."department") -and ($_.title -eq $File_User."title"))}
	If ($Search){
		:userloop Foreach ($AD_User in $Search) {
			$i++
			Clear-Host
			write-output ""
			write-host " %%%%%%%%%%%% FOUND THE FOLLOWING EMPLOYEE IN FILE %%%%%%%%%%%%%" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " LASTNAME: $($File_User."Last Name")" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " FIRST NAME: $($File_User."First Name")" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " DEPARTMENT: $($File_User."Dept Descrip")" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " TITLE: $($File_User."Job title")" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			#write-output " TELEPHONE NUMBER: $($File_User.telephoneNumber)"
			#write-output " FLEX ID: $($File_User.employeeID)"
			write-host " CLOCK NUMBER: $($File_User."Clock Number")" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" -BackgroundColor green -ForegroundColor black
			write-output ""
			write-host " &&&&&&&&&&& FOUND THE FOLLOWING EMPLOYEE IN ACTIVE DIRECTORY &&&&&&&&&&&" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " LASTNAME: $($AD_User.sn)" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " FIRST NAME: $($AD_User.givenName)" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " DEPARTMENT: $($AD_User.department)" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " TITLE: $($AD_User.title)" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			#write-output " TELEPHONE NUMBER: $($AD_User.telephoneNumber)"
			#write-output " FLEX ID: $($AD_User.employeeID)"
			write-host " CLOCK NUMBER: $($AD_User.employeeNumber)" -BackgroundColor red -ForegroundColor black
			write-host " &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&" -BackgroundColor cyan -ForegroundColor black
			write-output ""
			Edit_AD_User			
		}
	}
	Else {
		Write-output " Lets create a file. No EMPLOYEE Found in ACTIVE DIRECTORY for $($File_User.SN)"
		Foreach ($AD_User in $Ad){
				If (!($File | ?{$AD_User."Last Name" -eq $_.sn -and $AD_User."First Name" -eq $_.givenName })) {
					$Result += $AD_User
				}
		}
		$Result | Select * | Export-Csv c:\scripts\ceridian\report.csv -NoTypeInformation
	}
}

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by:Subsun
ID: 38814913
Don't put it inside the loop..  Did you try my code?
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by:namerg
ID: 38814951
Yes, your code is in there...So, where will i put it.
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by:Subsun
ID: 38815289
I mean what if you run this code #a38814684.. Are you getting the result?
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by:namerg
ID: 38816503
Nada..the report.csv is blank.
Why are you putting -eq and not -ne ?
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Subsun earned 500 total points
ID: 38816537
Hmm.. we had a mixup for last script..
Does the csv header like.. "First Name" "Last Name"?
Try this and see if you get what you want...
$File = Import-Csv "c:\scripts\ceridian\upiemps_Test.csv"
$Ad = Get-ADUser -filter * -Properties sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber  -SearchBase "OU=OU,DC=COMPANY,DC=com" | Select-Object  sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,department,title,telephoneNumber,employeeID,employeeNumber
$Result = @()
Foreach ($AD_User in $Ad){
If (!($File | ?{$AD_User.sn -eq $_."Last Name" -and $AD_User.givenName -eq $_."First Name"})){$Result += $AD_User}
}
$Result | Select * | Export-Csv C:\report.csv -NoTypeInformation

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Why are you putting -eq and not -ne ?
I have put a  ! (not) in front of the filter
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by:namerg
ID: 38816590
This is what I have:
$Result = @()
Foreach ($AD_User in $Ad){
If (!($File | ?{$AD_User."Last Name" -eq $_.sn -and $AD_User."First Name" -eq $_.givenName})){$Result += $AD_User}
}
$Result | Select * | Export-Csv c:\scripts\ceridian\report.csv -NoTypeInformation

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Nada, report is blank.
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by:Subsun
ID: 38816601
Try the code from #a38816537
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