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2020-02-21
magneet_nl  2020-02-20 23:22:35 CST
Yeah, they are completely different books
 
nils.kristiansen  2020-02-20 21:19:09 CST
A lot. Thousands of words :wink:
 
anduso  2020-02-20 18:05:58 CST
how different are VMware vSphere 6.7 Clustering Deep Dive and vSphere_6.5_Host_Resources_Deep_Dive books?
 
dprows  2020-02-20 15:57:33 CST
well that's cool
 
saxena.shubhank.19  2020-02-20 13:38:36 CST
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sk82jack  2020-02-20 12:38:26 CST
So thinking about it what I would do is have your `$users = ...` that you have above and then have `$JobTitles = $Users | Group-Object -Property 'Job Title'` and that will give you the unique job titles but also will group each user in the `Group` property of that outputted object
 
dprows  2020-02-20 11:27:42 CST
that's what I was thinking. the use case, at the moment, is to first take the job titles and verify there is a security group for each one, create if not, and then add the appropriate users to each group based on their job title, if they aren't already a member
 
sk82jack  2020-02-20 11:26:21 CST
Depends what you're doing with it later on. You would need to use the current method to convert from CSV anyway and the only real benefit of a hashtable I can think of is faster and more convenient lookups but if you're not looking up the information often then doesn't really make sense to convert.
 
dprows  2020-02-20 11:22:53 CST
in the current state, it is for less than 300 records, but I want to do what ever is best for long term and in case the script gets shared with others.
 
dprows  2020-02-20 11:21:45 CST
Is there any benefit to putting this into a hash table vs using an array?
 

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