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Script to export "managedBy" attribute for all Computers in AD

Posted on 2015-02-11
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Hi, kindly assist to have script (VBS or Powershell) to export below informations on computer objects within a Active Directory OU.

Computer name
Operating System
Operating System Version
Service Pack
managedBy
Date of Creation
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pretty straightforward use the below script.
Import-module activedirectory
Get-ADComputer -Filter * -Properties name, operatingsystem, operatingsystemversion, OperatingSystemServicePack, managedby, whenCreated | select name, operatingsystem, operatingsystemversion, OperatingSystemServicePack, managedby, whenCreated | Export-csv "c:\ComputerSpecs.csv" -notypeinformation

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Will is just on it today.  I swear this is the 80th question I have opened today with him being the first responder.  ;)

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Will is just on it today.  I swear this is the 80th question I have opened today with him being the first responder.

Slow day at the office ROFL!

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Thank you Will.. question: can I have this script customized for a specific Active Directory OU
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Sure use the following command below...

Import-module activedirectory
Get-ADComputer -Filter * -searchbase "ou=myou,dc=domain,dc=com" -Properties name, operatingsystem, operatingsystemversion, OperatingSystemServicePack, managedby, whenCreated | select name, operatingsystem, operatingsystemversion, OperatingSystemServicePack, managedby, whenCreated | Export-csv "c:\ComputerSpecs.csv" -notypeinformation

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Change -searchbase "ou=myou,dc=domain,dc=com" to the OU in your domain environment.

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