Powershell Tutorial | How to grab all users in a specific Organizational Unit
Heres a simple powershell tutorial to help you through your systems administration journey. If you ever need to find user information within a specific OU, feel free to use this script below.
Download this powershell script on github
Breaking it down
This one is pretty simple. First I specified with OU I wanted to run my search in and stored it in the $OU variable.
Then we ran Get-ADUser, set the filter to * to grab all the users in the OU, set the search base to our $OU and then selected the name and username.
If we wanted to, we could’ve stored the results in a csv or text file. Feel free to modify or change this script as you see fit. These were our results below from our test environment.
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