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Powershell to place AD attributes

Posted on 2014-03-28
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I am looking to replace incorrect information in AD using Powershell. For example, I ve recently added information within AD like Telephone numbers or Title but some of them are incorrect. Now I need to re-run the script to replace it the correct info but after running it wouldn't update.
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Import-module ActiveDirectory
Import-CSV "c:\path-to-csv\file.csv" | % {
Set-ADUser -identity $_.SamAccountName  -HomePhone $_.Homephone -Title $_.title
}
                           
                              

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This assumes you have a csv with headers matching

SamAccountName, Homephone, title
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by:adigu1t
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Here is my script below:

Import-Module ActiveDirectory

Import-csv -path c:\jmiller\ITpeopledata.csv | Foreach-Object {

$User = $_.sAMAccountName
$OfficePhone = $_.OfficePhone
$Office = $_.Office
$streetAddress = $_.streetAddress
$postalCode = $_.postalCode
$title = $_.title
$department = $_.department
$company = $_.company
$manager = $_.manager
$Division = $_.division
$Status = $_.Status
$mobilephone = " "
$EmployeeID = $_.EmployeeID


set-Aduser $User -mobilephone $mobilephone -streetAddress $streetAddress -postalCode $postalCode -title $title -department $department -company $company -manager $manager -officephone $_.officephone -office $_.office -city $_.city -division $_.division -EmployeeID $_.EmployeeID
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set-Aduser -Identity $User
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