Modify Active Dirctory user attributes from a list

Posted on 2013-05-24
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Last Modified: 2013-05-24
I would like to use a PowerShell script that will change the department attribute of a users accounts from a list of users in a text or csv file .  I have quest power tools installed.
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Import-Csv Test.csv | % {
set-qaduser $_.user -manager $_.Manager

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Awesome ,, Thanks !

I needed to populate the department field so I replaced -manager with -department but it worked perfectly.
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Lol.. I think I have seen manager...might be confused with another question..anyways glad you could make it.. :-)

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