Get-ADUser - Account created by?

Hey guys, trying to run the following PS to get a list of user accounts created in the past 30 days.

Question, is there a way to pull the account/user that created the new account?

Import-Module ActiveDirectory
$date = get-date
Get-ADUser -Filter * -Properties whenCreated | Where-Object {$_.whenCreated -ge ((Get-Date).AddDays(-30)).Date} | Select GivenName, Surname, Name, UserPrincipalName, SamAccountName, whenCreated, Enabled | Export-Csv C:\Scripts\Reports\ADUsersCreatedLast30Days.csv
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becraigCommented:
There is a great tool you can use to find out this information if you already have the required level of auditing turned on.
http://www.netwrix.com/active_directory_auditing.html

If you have not been auditing user creation etc that information might be lost to you.
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Premkumar YogeswaranAnalyst II - System AdministratorCommented:
For pulling the owner of an object, we need to use Get-ACL command-let

Open PowerShell

ipmo activedirectory
Set-Location AD:
Get-Acl "Distinguished name" | Fl Path,owner

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Note: If object is created by Domain Admin, then owner will be displayed as Domain Admin Else it will display the name of user created the object.
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Premkumar YogeswaranAnalyst II - System AdministratorCommented:
For Bulk user:

ipmo activedirectory
Set-Location AD:
Import-CSV ./User.csv | % { Get-Acl $_.UserDN | Select Path,owner | Export-Csv C:\temp\Owner_info.csv }

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Note: Input should be as DN
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