script to copy an drestore user profile data

Hello all,

I am trying to create a script to backup user data. I have a powershell script which works great. But here is the problem, the user name are getting changed as we are moving to new domain. So if I run the script I got it on Internet, it works fine. It back up data to server with username. How I ccan I restore that to new user name. Is there any possibility that a script looks through an excel sheet and match the username and restore the data.

Thanks
User-profile-Backup---Restore--For-m.txt
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Bill PrewCommented:
If you had a CSV file with two columns, newusername and oldusername, it seems like it would be fairly easy to load that in to a hash table and then cross reference the new user to the old user name, and use that old name in the restore part of the script when it looks for the backed up files.  Have you tried something like that in powershell?

Another more brute force approach is just to rename the backup folders to the new user name.  If you have a lot of those to do that could be easily done in a small BAT or PS1 script that reads the same kind of CSV mentioned above to get the cross reference.


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A SAuthor Commented:
I haven't tried that Bill, thanks for pointing me to that direction. So what changes I have to make to attached script to check for new names?
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