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You have to add that -import parameter to make this work, which is a little inconsistent with the way most cmdlets work, but at least you can do it. Of course, in the preceding example CSV file, the column names don t match up so you can still use the technique that I did to attach the right CSV columns to the parameters. You could also use property renaming, the technique I showed you in chapter 7. This is probably a nice time to point out that, in PowerShell, there are usually twenty ways to accomplish anything. Right here, I ve suggested three ways in which you could use New-QADUser to import new users from a CSV file. Exactly which technique you choose is constrained a bit by your CSV file having the right column names or not. You might also, in your searches of the internet, see something like this:
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$OuBorn = 'OU=PowerShell,DC=cp2,DC=mosel' $Freshmen = 'E:\powershell\QAD\bunch4.csv' import-csv $Freshmen |` where {new-QADUser -ParentContainer $OuBorn ` -name $_.name -sAMAccountName $_.sAMAccountName}
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The first two lines define variables, which will be the OU that the new users are created in, and the location of the CSV file. There s no reason to put those static values into a variable when you can specify them as part of the commands, but using variables doesn t hurt. The next line imports the CSV file. This line ends in a backtick, which is commonly seen but unnecessary. The author s intent here is to escape the carriage return, which prevents the shell from executing the line and lets you break a long line into multiple physical lines. It s unnecessary because the line already ends in a pipe character, which tells the shell that you ve got more to type. Rather than piping the CSV objects to ForEach-Object, this author is piping them to Where-Object. I find that weird, but you see it a lot out there in the real world. The net effect is the same, because Where-Object will execute that script block once for each object piped in, but it s not what Where-Object is really intended for. The backtick at the end of the fourth line is necessary if you want to break the line at that point.
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In my experience, Quest s cmdlets are definitely used in more production environments than Microsoft s cmdlets. In the end, you should probably look at both, and use whichever one makes sense for the task at hand. There s nothing stopping you from having both installed on a computer, or even from having both loaded into the shell at the same time.
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We ve come to the end of this book, but it s hardly the end of your PowerShell exploration. There s a lot more in the shell to learn (hmm, perhaps an Advanced book is in order ), and based on what you ve learned here, you ll be able to teach yourself much of it (so much for the book idea, I guess). This short chapter will help point you in the right directions.
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There s a lot more that you can do in PowerShell. We ve really only scratched the surface, although you should certainly have learned enough in this book to be very, very effective. Here are some of the other things you might want to explore:
Create your own predefined views. There s a pretty simple XML format for doing so, and the Update-FormatData command loads views into the shell once you re done. Work with XML-formatted data, using PowerShell s [xml] type. Access data in a database. This requires you to use a few raw .NET Framework classes, but there are simple, copy-and-paste patterns you can rely on to get the job done. Write internationalized scripts that can substitute strings in different languages. This is especially helpful if you have colleagues in other countries who don t speak English as a first language. Access Component Object Model (COM) objects. This provides access to a wide range of functionality that s been in Windows since pretty much the beginning.
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