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I'm looking to run a powershell command using a Custom Command that runs after a tech runs through the Transfer request and it will send an email to me showing me the groups that the user currently has, so I can respond to Tech to show them what groups should be removed.

The command is: Get-ADPrincipalGroupMembership -ResourceContextServer localdomain.com -Identity username| select name

Which will give me all the groups, for that specific user.

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Hello,

To send an email in a script executed in Adaxes, you can use the $Context.SendMail method. Also, you can try using Adaxes functionality in the script instead of the cmdlet. The following script from our repository might be helpful: https://www.adaxes.com/script-repository/remove-all-group-memberships-for-a-user-account-s33.htm.

Should you have issues with the script, please, specify what exactly except for the group names should be included into the email. A live example will be very helpful.

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