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Powershell Exchange Group check - How could i change to all groups begins with E*

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hi,

how could i change the code below that all groups begins with "E" will be check.
I tried with "E*" but not working.

 $GROUP = (Get-ADUser -identity $user.userid -Properties *).MemberOf | % { ($_ -split ",")[0] } | Where { $_ -eq "CN=E*" }

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change it to:
| Where { $_ -like "CN=E*" }

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Try with -like..
 $GROUP = (Get-ADUser -identity $user.userid -Properties *).MemberOf | % { ($_ -split ",")[0] } | Where { $_ -like "CN=E*" }

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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Get-DistributionGroupMember | Where {$_.Name -Like "E*"}

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