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Move localhost to different OU via Powershell

Posted on 2014-01-03
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Please advise howto move a host to a different OU.
It is done with move-adobject -identity ... -targetpath ... but the identity should be the localhost (on which I run the poweshell).

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Raheman M. Abdul earned 500 total points
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Try this
$thishost=localhost
Move-ADObject -Identity (Get-ADComputer $thishost).objectguid -TargetPath 'ou=charlotte,dc=iammred,dc=net

OR

$computer=$env:COMPUTERNAME
Move-ADObject -Identity (Get-ADComputer $computer).objectguid -TargetPath 'ou=charlotte,dc=iammred,dc=net
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