Changing a Users Title in Active Directory with PowerShell

PowershellChanging most details for a AD User are pretty straight forward once you know the general syntax for it. Changing the title of a user isnt any different from that.

Type for following from a PowerShell command prompt after you have imported the AD settings:

Set-ADUser <username> –Title “Use quotes to eliminate possible errors”

And thats it! pretty simple. To confirm that his has worked type the following:

Get-ADUser <username> –Properties Title

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About Phill McSherry
Phill McSherry has been working in the Australian IT industry for over 20 years and is the technical manager and solutions architect for managed services provider Titan Solutions - www.titansolutions.com.au

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