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Remove values for deleted objects from a multi-valued property

December 28, 2021 Views: 550

Objects can be present in a multi-valued DN syntax property (e.g. Secretary) of another object. If such an object is deleted, the corresponding property value gets to be something like the following:

John Smith DEL:ba5e2568-0a8d-4a06-a9b2-df24b7ba94c2 (company.com\Deleted Objects)

The below script removes such values from the specified property to only keep values for existing objects. It can be executed in a business rule, custom command or scheduled task configured for the object type you need. In the script, the $propertyName variable specifies the LDAP name of the property to update.

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$propertyName = "secretary" # TODO: modify me

# Get current property values
try
{
    $values = $Context.TargetObject.GetEx($propertyName)
}
catch
{
    $Context.LogMessage("The $propertyName property is empty for %fullname%.", "Information")
    return
}

# Remove records for deleted objects
$newValues = New-Object System.Collections.ArrayList
foreach ($value in $values)
{
    if($value -notlike "*DEL:*,CN=Deleted Objects,*")
    {
        $newValues.Add($value)
    }
}

# Update the property
$Context.TargetObject.PutEx("ADS_PROPERTY_UPDATE", $propertyName, @($newValues))
$Context.TargetObject.SetInfo()
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