Tiny Deathstars of Foulness

According to how you’ve been creating accounts, you might be the best friend of the office manager, who calls looking to see if you can generate a quick phone list. Or you might be useless. Either way, you should know how to obtain the data and therefore possibly how to be helpful to others. Or again, you might be a lost cause. Sorry, had to be said before I take over the entire Tri-State area. Anyway, let’s assume that you want to just grab the office phone number and that you’ve entered that into Active Directory. So let’s pull that and print it to the screen:

Get-AdUser -Filter * -Properties OfficePhone | FT OfficePhone,UserPrincipalName

Now that you can dump a list to the screen, let’s pipe the output to CSV instead, so we can open it in Excel:

Get-AdUser -Filter * -Properties OfficePhone | FT OfficePhone,UserPrincipalName | grep Export-CSV c:\phonelist.csv

April 10th, 2014

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