AddLocalGroup in powershell

Seneca, Samuel 1 Reputation point


I would like to add this function to my existing powershell script:

> Add-LocalGroupMember -Group "Remote Desktop Users" -Member $user

but i don't know how to do it, do you have the solution?

My existing PowerShell Script :

#Importer le module Active Directory pour exécuter les applets de commande AD
Import-Module activedirectory

#Stockez les données de ADUsers.csv dans la variable $ADUsers
$Users = Import-csv c:\ADUsers.csv

#Parcourez chaque ligne contenant les détails de l'utilisateur dans le fichier CSV 
foreach ($User in $Users) {
    # Lire les données utilisateur de chaque champ de chaque ligne
    # Le nom d'utilisateur est utilisé plus souvent, donc pour éviter de taper, enregistrez-le dans une variable
   $Username       = $User.SamAccountName

    # Vérifiez si l'utilisateur existe déjà dans AD
    if (Get-ADUser -F {SamAccountName -eq $Username}) {
         #Si l'utilisateur existe, donner un avertissement
         Write-Warning "A user account with username $Username already exist in Active Directory."
    else {
        # L'utilisateur n'existe pas, puis créez le nouveau compte d'utilisateur

        # create a hashtable for splatting the parameters
        $userProps = @{
            SamAccountName             = $User.SamAccountName                   
            Path                       = $User.path      
            GivenName                  = $User.GivenName 
            Surname                    = $User.Surname
            Initials                   = $User.Initials
            Name                       = $User.Name
            DisplayName                = $User.DisplayName
            UserPrincipalName          = $user.UserPrincipalName 
            Department                 = $User.Department
            Description                = $User.Description
            Office                     = $User.Office
            OfficePhone                = $User.OfficePhone
            EmailAddress               = $User.EmailAddress
            StreetAddress              = $User.StreetAddress
            POBox                      = $User.POBox
            City                       = $User.City
            State                      = $User.State
            PostalCode                 = $User.PostalCode
            Title                      = $User.Title
            Company                    = $User.Company
            AccountPassword            = (ConvertTo-SecureString $User.password -AsPlainText -Force) 
            Enabled                    = $true
            ChangePasswordAtLogon      = $false
        }   #end userprops   

         New-ADUser @userProps
       #  Write-Host "The user account $User is created." -ForegroundColor Cyan

    } #end else


Thank you in advance for your return
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  1. Newbie Jones 1,321 Reputation points

    Best practice is to create a domain global group (Universal Security Group) and to nest those inside the domain local groups.

    You add the users into the Universal Security Group.

    Ideally, the localgroup(s) are controlled by group policy.

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  2. Rich Matheisen 45,431 Reputation points

    Adding a member to a local security group must be done on the machine on which that group exists. To do that you can either use a PowerShell session or Invoke-Command to accomplish the task.

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  3. Limitless Technology 39,481 Reputation points

    Hi there,

    When adding a local user to the admin group, use this command. The same goes for when adding multiple users.

    Add-LocalGroupMember -Group "Administrators" -Member "username"

    If you want to add a Microsoft account to the local admin group, use the following command:

    Add-LocalGroupMember -Group "Administrators" -Member "MicrosoftAccount"

    --If the reply is helpful, please Upvote and Accept it as an answer–

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