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$search = New-Object DirectoryServices.DirectorySearcher([ADSI]“”)
$search.filter = “(servicePrincipalName=*)”
$results = $search.Findall()
$dataset = @()
foreach($result in $results)
$userEntry = $result.GetDirectoryEntry()
$row = New-Object PSObject
$row | Add-Member -Name "Name" -MemberType NoteProperty -Value $($userEntry.name)
$row | Add-Member -Name "DN" -MemberType NoteProperty -Value $($userEntry.distinguishedName)
$i = 1
foreach($SPN in $userEntry.servicePrincipalName)
$row | Add-Member -Name "SPN$i" -MemberType NoteProperty -Value $SPN
$dataset += $row
$dataset | Group-Object "Name"| Out-GridView
By reducing the scope to one machine name (a DC as it as several SPNs) your script is working pretty fine (you can even get rid of the Group-Object part).
But when I try to extand the scope to any object having at least one SPN, the result is not relevant anymore.
The only way I found is not a clean one :
$dataset | Select-Object -Property Name,SPN1,SPN2,SPN3,SPN4,SPN5,SPN6,SPN7,SPN8,SPN9,SPN10,SPN11,SPN12,SPN13,SPN14,SPN15,SPN16,SPN17,SPN18,SPN19,SPN20 | Out-GridView
In my environment 20 spns is not enough to get alle the info.
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