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changing custom attribute label in a powerhsell report

Hi everyone

I have create a simple powershell script which include extension Attribute

my question: is it possible to change extensionAttribute label for one of my own

Get-ADUser -Filter * -properties extensionAttribute1, extensionAttribute2, extensionAttribute3, extensionAttribute15 -SearchBase "DC=gsp,DC=com" |
        SELECT Name, samaccountname, GymCard, LDCode, PrinterCode, OldLDCode , @{name="OU";expression={($_.DistinguishedName -split ",OU=")[1]}} |
        Sort-Object samaccountname
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Physimed
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Physimed
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SubsunCommented:
You can create a custom property in the format @{N="GymCard";E={$_.extensionAttribute1}}

For example..
Get-ADUser -Filter * -properties extensionAttribute1, extensionAttribute2, extensionAttribute3, extensionAttribute15 -SearchBase "DC=gsp,DC=com" | 
         SELECT Name, samaccountname, @{N="GymCard";E={$_.extensionAttribute1}},@{N="LDCode";E={$_.extensionAttribute2}},@{N="PrinterCode";E={$_.extensionAttribute3}},@{N="OldLDCode";E={$_.extensionAttribute15}}, @{N="OU";E={($_.DistinguishedName -split ",OU=")[1]}} |
         Sort-Object samaccountname 

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PhysimedAuthor Commented:
Straight to the point

I tries and it works just fine
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