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How to update profiles in AD

Posted on 2014-09-26
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Hello,

I have this script below that works great for users in one domain.  But I like to use the script to update users in another domain.  How can I use this script to ensure users are being updating for a particular domain?


`Import-Module ActiveDirectory            
$users = import-csv -path d:\scripts\hiredatepls.csv
foreach($user in $users)
{    
$fielduser = $user.SamAccountName
$fielddate = $user.HireDate -as [datetime]
echo "$fielduser,$fielddate"
Set-ADUser $fielduser  -Replace @{HireDate = $fielddate}
}
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by:Vishalnarse
ID: 40346638
Hello,

May I know which OS server you are using? Then I can check and assist you in a better manner.


Thank you.
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by:PBIT
ID: 40346728
This is Windows 2008 R2.
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
ID: 40346775
did you update the schema using adsiedit to reflect the hiredate property?  HireDate is not in the schema normally
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by:PBIT
ID: 40346782
Yes, hiredate is a property for each profile.  

Do I need to specify DC=domain DC=com?  Or, will the script find the username in other domains?
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Yes.
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