In this exercise, we will explore the use of Windows PowerShell to create several users whose names are contained in a text file.
Open Notepad or some other Windows PowerShell script editor.
Locate the UserNames.txt file, and ensure you have access to the path to this file. The file contains a listing of users' first and last names. A sample from this file is shown here:
Chuck,Adams Alice,Jones Bob,Dentworth
On the first line of your script, create a variable called $aryUsers to hold the array of text that is returned by using the Get-Content cmdlet to read a text file that contains various user first names and last names. Make sure you edit the string that gets supplied to the path argument of the