Using powershell to get disabled AD accounts sorted on which OU they reside in

Hi,

I am looking to cleanup a bit on the Exchange server and therefor looking for disabled AD accounts.

The query is rather simple get-aduser -filter * | where {$_.enabled -eq $false} | Sort-object

But this will give me all the disabled users and not grouped in which OU they reside in.

How can i get all disabled users, based on OU  ?
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oBdACommented:
Get-ADUser -Filter {enabled -eq $False} | Select-Object -Property *, @{n="Parent"; e={$_.DistinguishedName -match '\A(?:CN|OU)=(?<Leaf>.+?),(?<Parent>(?:CN|OU)=.+)\Z' | Out-Null; $Matches["Parent"]}} | Sort-Object -Property Parent, DistinguishedName

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Mr WooberAuthor Commented:
Hi,

Close :)

I would like to group them and measure them by OU. This gives me all users with disablet accounts, but still need manually count how many in each OU.
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oBdACommented:
Get-ADUser -Filter {enabled -eq $False} -Property DisplayName  | Select-Object -Property *, @{n="Parent"; e={$_.DistinguishedName -match '\A(?:CN|OU)=(?<Leaf>.+?),(?<Parent>(?:CN|OU)=.+)\Z' | Out-Null; $Matches["Parent"]}} | Group-Object -Property Parent | % {$Group = $_; $Group.Group | Select-Object -Property Parent, @{n="Count"; e={$Group.Count}}, SamAccountName, DisplayName} | Format-Table -AutoSize -GroupBy Parent

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Mr WooberAuthor Commented:
Perfect solution
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