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  1. I'm new to scripting and Autoit, but i've already found some things that I would like to create. Where do you start when creating a UDF? For instance, if I wanted to make a UDF for Excel(I know one exists) Where would I start? What would I need to start researching? Any input would be appreciated
  2. Is there a way to be able to filter like power can filter? Like the way this powershell script filters for instance: Import-Module ActiveDirectory Get-ADUser -Filter {EmailAddress -eq "$Usersemailaddress"}| Select-Object -ExpandProperty SamAccountName | Out-File C:\Users\"$env:username"\Desktop\email2samconversion.txt Goal is trying to get the SamAccountName by filtering with the email address of a user in AD. I have the AD.UDF but it only works with the Sam and the FQDN. i've tried running powershell in Autoit, but it takes at least 7 seconds to start Powershell>import the module>create the text file>read the text file>Delete the textfile from desktop>Display in Edit box in GUI. I'm wondering if there is a way to filter the search function of AD through autoit kind of like how Powershell does. i've not yet been able to powershell to run properly in Autoit either: I tried: Run(powershell -Command Import-Module ActiveDirectory | Get-ADUser -Filter {mail -eq "$UserEmail"} | Select-Object -ExpandProperty SamAccountName | Out-File C:\users\$env:username\desktop\SamaccountNametextfile.txt") But it keeps failing. I tried using ShellExecute as well and neither of them worked.
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