How to create multiple AD groups with powershell with each having a different description

Hi EE

I am trying to create some AD groups but each have a different description , how do I have the script read the CSV
and add the description to each group from the csv ?

What is below is probably not the ideal way , so I can use what ever you see is the best option..

Import-Module ActiveDirectory
$groups = Import-Csv ‘c:\PS\GroupList.csv‘
foreach ($group in $groups) {
New-ADGroup -Name $group.name -Path “OU=Groups,DC=mylab,DC=com” -GroupCategory Security -GroupScope Global -Description ??? }
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
You have the right idea. all you need to do is add another column to your CSV file called description. Beside each group in the CSV write your description that you want and use the following below...

Import-Module ActiveDirectory
 $groups = Import-Csv ‘c:\PS\GroupList.csv‘
foreach ($group in $groups) {
 New-ADGroup -Name $group.name -Path “OU=Groups,DC=mylab,DC=com” -GroupCategory Security -GroupScope Global -Description $group.description } 

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MilesLoganAuthor Commented:
I was so close :)   thanks Will !!
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