Accounts with UPN, Powershell

HI All,

I have a long list of users accouts, contacts, etc. I need to check which ones have UPN and which ones do not and then output them into an excel.

I have written this code, however it stops. I think i need to filter out the contacts. Please help!

Get-Content .\userid2.txt  | % { Get-QADUser $_ | ? {$_.UserPrincipalName -notlike $null} } > noupn2.txt

Get-Content .\userid.txt  | % { Get-QADUser $_ | ? {$_.UserPrincipalName -like $null} } > noupn.txt

I was then going to copy and paste the results to excel.

Regards,
Kay
Kelly GarciaSenior Systems AdministratorAsked:
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FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
Kay
I have something easier for you.  Put all the users in one list and name it users.txt
1. Open powershell with (run as administrator)
2. Type    import-module activedirectory
3. Copy and past this command  
Get-content C:\pathtoyourfile\users.txt  Foreach-object {
Get-ADuser -filter * -property Userprincipalname | select samaccountname,userprincipalname | sort userprincipalname,samaccountname |out-file c:\pathtoyour\upnlist.txt }


**edit the command to match your paths**
This will give you a complete list of users with their upn and users who have blank upns
Jason CrawfordTransport NinjaCommented:
The original poster indicated his list included contacts which cannot have a userPrincipalName.  We also don't know what format the list uses to reference the users (ie First Last, samAccountName, email address, etc).  Please indicate how the users are listed.  What types of AD objects are represented in this list other than Users and Contacts?  I'm assuming there's others based on the etc.

Please don't run the command the previous poster included in step 3.  It won't work.  Get me more info and I'll give you a one-liner you can use.  Also, what is the ultimate goal here?  It's a little odd you're running a report for $null values, and I'm thinking maybe there's a better way to accomplish your goal.

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FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
Kay,
I did overlook the fact that you did say you have contacts in your list as well. However my command will in fact work for a list of users.
Jason CrawfordTransport NinjaCommented:
Not with the missing pipe in between Get-Content and ForEach-Object it won't.
LearnctxEngineerCommented:
Why not just dump all users into a CSV and then just use Excel to filter as to whether or not they have a UPN?
gc userid.txt | Get-ADUser | Select Name, Userprincipalname | export-csv c:\allusersupn.csv

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Otherwise...
Has UPN
gc userid.txt | Get-ADUser -Filter {Userprincipalname -like "*"} | export-csv c:\hasupn.csv

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Has no UPN
gc userid.txt | Get-ADUser -Filter {Userprincipalname -notlike "*"} | export-csv c:\noupn.csv

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