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Adding users to group from text file sideways Exchange 2010 powershell question

Posted on 2014-01-03
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Hello guys I have a quick question about powershell. I have an input file and the it is a bit differentthan what I am use to working with. The following is displayed this way.

groups                            users
Group                   user,user5, user9, user user03, user32, user83,user84
group2                  anotheruser,  anotheruser1,  anotheruser93,anotheruser893
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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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Might be a little easier to use a CSV file. I have created 2 scripts below as I am not sure if you are talking about AD Groups (security) or Distribution Groups. 1st script is for Distribution Groups, 2nd is for AD Security.

Construct your CSV file like below (same CSV file for both scripts)
Groups  Users
Group1  user1
Group1  user2
Group1  user3
Group2  user9
Group2  user7

Distribution Group Bulk Add
Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.Powershell.E2010
$GroupList = Import-Csv "c:\mycsv.csv"
foreach ($Group in $GroupList) {
$Group.Groups
$Group.Users
Add-DistributionGroupMember -Identity $Group.Groups -Member $Group.Users
}

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Security Group Bulk Add
Import-Module activedirectory
$GroupList = Import-Csv "c:\mycsv.csv"
foreach ($Group in $GroupList) {
$Group.Groups
$Group.Users
Add-ADGroupMember -Identity $Group.Groups -Members $Group.Users
}

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