Just want to ask if it is possible to below mentioned parameter in powershell, I am started to use powershell and trying to learn about the possibility. This is from windows server 2008
User Rights Assignment
3. Advanced Audit
· Object Access
· Account Management
· DS Access
· Privilege Use
· Policy Change
· Account Logon
· Detailed Tracking
Exporting custom results to CSV
Good Morning Everyone,
I have a list of email addresses that I compare against our O365 tenant, if they exist I write-host telling me, if they do not exist I write-host telling me they do not.
What I would like to do is export the comparison to CSV file: in column A I would like the email address that was compared and in column B I would like to know whether the email address exists or not.
Would I need to create a custom ps object or hash-table? [*-)]]>
I have not really got much experience with creating custom output for a CSV file.
Thanks for any help you can provide.