Servername not pulling through to the commands.

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Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted -Force
Unblock-File -Path 'C:\Powershell Projects\Serviceaccount\UserSecRights.psm1'
Import-Module 'C:\Powershell Projects\Serviceaccount\UserSecRights.psm1' -Force

$SNs = import-csv 'C:\Powershell Projects\Serviceaccount\Serviceaccounttest.csv'
Foreach ($hostname in $SNs) {

$servername = "$hostname.server"

$User = "$($Hostname.server)-IWS-SVC"

Grant-UserRight -Account uk\$User -Right SeServiceLogonRight -Computer $servername
Grant-UserRight -Account uk\$user -Right SeBatchLogonRight -Computer $servername
Grant-UserRight -Account Uk\$User -Right SeDenyRemoteInteractiveLogonRight $servername
Add-LocalGroupMember -Group administrators -Member uk\$user

}

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I can't see why the $Servername at the end of the 3 commands aren't pulling through the server name.


Thanks

Alex
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Alex GreenProject Systems EngineerAsked:
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Sam JacobsDirector of Technology Development, IPMCommented:
Shouldn't line 8 be:

$servername = "$($hostname.server)"

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or just
$servername = $hostname.server

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