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How to list all users and groups depends on how authentication is configured. The most basic are the /etc/passwd and /etc/group files used for local authentication. Using those files is insufficient to get a complete listing when user/group data is stored centrally, for instance in LDAP, NIS, Hesiod, etc. Central authentication is usually configured in ...


cat /etc/passwd # show all users cat /etc/group # show all groups You can then pipe the output to other programs/scripts for further processing.


Looks like you've set the UPN correctly but are not putting it in the new-aduser command? UPN is optional so the account can be created without it.


As you don't mention an Active Directory, I found a powershell script example to create local username from an CSV. CreateaHundredUsersFromCSVFile.ps1 Import-Module -Name LocalUserModule If(!(Test-IsAdministrator)) { “This module requires admin rights.” ; exit } New-LocalGroup -GroupName testgroup -description “for 100 users” Import-Csv ...


I try the steps to del the user1 su user1 kill -9 -1 su sudo deluser user1

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