Add a Attribute for a User Name in AD

Hi,

I have created a script that creates a user and updates the following user attributes :

- msIIS-FTPDir
- msIIS-FTPRoot

What I would like to do, is to use the $NewFTPUser to be aded to the value of msIIS-FTPDir, for example, I create a user RCaussy, this is help in the $NewFTPUser variable. Then I would like to have the msIIS-FTPDir to have the same value 'E:\<new user>'.

The script below is what I am working on :

$NewFTPUser = read-host "What is the login name"

New-ADUser $NewFTPUser -AccountPassword (read-host -AsSecureString "Type in the user's password") `
    -PasswordNeverExpires $true `
    -Path "OU=Test,DC=Test,DC=local" `
    -DisplayName $NewFTPUser `
    -UserPrincipalName $NewFTPUser@test.local `
    -ChangePasswordAtLogon $false `
    -CannotChangePassword $false `
    -OtherAttributes @{'msIIS-FTPRoot'= 'E:\'; 'msIIS-FTPDir' = 'E:\SFTPRoot\Commercial'} `
    -Enabled $true

I have tried   -OtherAttributes @{'msIIS-FTPRoot'= 'E:\' + $NewFTPUser but to no avail.
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footechCommented:
Sorry I haven't tried this yet, but I would try
-OtherAttributes @{'msIIS-FTPRoot'= "E:\$NewFTPUser"; 'msIIS-FTPDir' = 'E:\SFTPRoot\Commercial'} `

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or define the variable beforehand and then use that for -OtherAttributes
$ftpRoot = "E:\$NewFTPUser"
New-ADUser....
....
  -OtherAttributes @{'msIIS-FTPRoot'= "$ftpRoot"; 'msIIS-FTPDir' = 'E:\SFTPRoot\Commercial'} `

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CaussyRAuthor Commented:
Your second option worked - thank you very much.
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