Powershell : Group info

Hello Experts,

I need to output sidHistory values for the group along with ManagedBy. There are multiple SIDHistory Values in some groups, so I need to output all the values for that group. I have the script below, which only outputs 1 SIDHistory Value.

$MyTempGroups =  gc ./groups.txt
$result = @()
foreach($group in $MyTempGroups) {
$x = get-adgroup $group -properties sidhistory, ManagedBy, | select ManagedBy, sidHistory
$result += $x.ManagedBy +  ";"  + $x.sidHistory
}
$result | out-file ./results.txt

Your assistance is appreciated.
Parity123Asked:
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Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
You should get a single record with a (space separated( list of SIDS already.
But your script doesn't make much sense to me as is. You are concatenating all data, not including the respective group.
What is your actual expected result if using multiple groups and having done more than one domain migration for the group objects? Can you show a short example output?
Parity123Author Commented:
The output needs to be as follows:

GroupName; ManagedBy; sid1,sid2

Thanks.
Ben Personick (Previously QCubed)Lead Network EngineerCommented:
I don't have any SID histories on my groups in AD, but the following should work.

It definitely works for a null set of SIDs like I have and "should" work for a set of SIDs in your sid history.

I figured you wanted to know the current SID too, so it is the 1st sid listed in the output.

This will check all groups in the AD, but you can easily amend this to meet your needs

Let me know if any issues.

get-adgroup -filter * -properties sid, sidhistory, ManagedBy | % { $Output="$($_.name);$($_.ManagedBy);$($_.Sid)"; foreach ($SIDH in $_.SIDHistory) { $Output="$Output,$SIDH" }; $Output }

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Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
get-content groups.txt |
  % { get-adgroup $_ -properties managedby } |
  % { $_.name, $_.sid, $_.managedby, ($_.sidhistory -join ',') -join ';' } |
  out-file results.txt

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is what I would use.

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Parity123Author Commented:
Thanks
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