Powershell scriptin help

Gautam 41 Reputation points

$users =(Get-Group "SelectedUsersGroup").members

$users |Get-Recipient | select-object aprimarysmtpaddress |Export-Csv c:\temp\userlist.csv

Then I have to manually format the userlist.csv remove the white spaces, etc. and run the below command

import-csv userlist.csv | %{Grant-CsTeamsVideoInteropServicePolicy -PolicyName PolycomServiceProviderEnabled -Identity $_.PrimarySmtpAddress}

Looking for some help on scripting in which I dont have to export to .csv rather combine line 2 and 3

Thanks for your suggestions.

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  1. Rich Matheisen 44,776 Reputation points

    See if this works for you.

    (Get-Group "SelectedUsersGroup").members |
        Get-Recipient | 
                    Get-CsOnlineUser -Identity $_.userPrincipalName -ErrorAction Stop
                    Grant-CsTeamsVideoInteropServicePolicy -PolicyName PolycomServiceProviderEnabled -Identity $_.userPrincipalName -ErrorAction Stop
                    # you can do something here if you like for group members that aren't enabled
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