Powershell - Quick question on how to get the command to export to CSV?



  • So I know that powershell can do many things...and it can get complicated real fast. I want a way to export the command I used on the powershell along with the result to csv file. Is it possible?

    Say the command Get-AdUser | export-csv -path "c:\export.csv" -notypeinformation
    The result I want both Get-AdUser's result and the whole [Get-AdUser | export-csv -path "c:\export.csv" -notypeinformation] as well. Any easy way to pipe this ?



  • Do you want to see the
    Get-AdUser | export-csv -path "c:\export.csv" -notypeinformation
    at the top of the CSV file?



  • @dafyre said in Powershell - Quick question on how to get the command to export to CSV?:

    Do you want to see the
    Get-AdUser | export-csv -path "c:\export.csv" -notypeinformation
    at the top of the CSV file?

    I want to see it in the CSV file before the result.
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  • You could write-output the whole command something like:

    write-output "my command with all the parameters here"|out-file -filepath export.csv
    mycommand with all the parameters here|export-csv -path export.csv -append -notypeinformation
    

    Or something similar (code typed on the fly, likely has a syntax error or two)


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