how can i add logic to this script to exit if results are zero?

hello,

I'm working on a script, but need it to exit of the results are empty. the script look for users that are a member of a security group, and checks if their pwd is expiring in the next 60 days, id like to add logic so that if the results of the query below are empty, for the script to exit.  thx in advance.

Get-QADUser -MemberOf ABCsecuritygroup -PasswordNotChangedFor 120 | Where PasswordNeverExpires -eq $False | Select-Object email -Unique | Export-Csv $Logfile -NoTypeInformation

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siber1Asked:
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becraigCommented:
You could assign a variable to the query and do an if / else statement something like below:

No tested but I am expecting you just want the concept so you can learn while figuring it out ?

$resset = Get-QADUser -MemberOf ABCsecuritygroup -PasswordNotChangedFor 120 | Where PasswordNeverExpires -eq $False

if ($resset.count -gt 0) 
{
#do some action
}
else {exit}

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siber1Author Commented:
thanks becraig. works perfectly.
one last question, the action I'm running after your check is:

Get-QADUser -MemberOf ABCsecuritygroup -PasswordNotChangedFor 120 | Where PasswordNeverExpires -e 

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how can I select the last time the password was changed for the users in that group so I can export out to a file?
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becraigCommented:
Get-QADUser -MemberOf ABCsecuritygroup -PasswordNotChangedFor 120 | Where PasswordNeverExpires -e |ft  Displayname,PasswordLastSet

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Something like the above, I am in an airport and cannot test.
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siber1Author Commented:
fantastic, thanks much becraig, exactly what I was looking for.

cheers!
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