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Script to import login IDs to an AD group.

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Can someone advise a PS script to read a text file of login IDs and import them into an AD group?
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Get-Content <textfilename> | Add-ADGroupMember <groupname> -Members $_

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Sorry, just tried but not working.
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What happens when you try?The txt file should have the entries on each line as below

login1
login2
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