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Export-Csv needs to output a string to the CSV file, and since the Paths property is not a string, PowerShell implicitly calls ToString(), resulting in the string System.Object[] (the type of Paths). Use Select-Object to calculate a semicolon-separated string of the paths, like so: $ht.GetEnumerator() | select Count, @{Name="Paths";e={$_.Paths -join ";"}}, ...


If you take a look to sftp manual (sftp(1)) you can see there is a way to perform a ls sorting by mtime (ls -t). So you can run sftp twice: First time you perform a ls -lt (or ls -lrt to reverse order) redirect the output to a file and just read the last line of listing, so you have the filename, and on the second round you can specify the file to download. ...


Here is list of all Get-aduser default and extended properties. http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/12037.active-directory-get-aduser-default-and-extended-properties.aspx


Try rename field in csv from mail to EmailAddress New-ADUser accepts a property of EmailAddress, but not mail. Some of these correspond to an AD attribute, but not all. New-ADUser https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee617253.aspx

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