When using Microsoft User Profile Disks you also know the tool Sidder: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Sidder-Quickly-see-which-fa6360b3
This tool will show the username who belongs the the User Profile Disk.

I’ve found this not so conveniant as you must run it every time you want to know the username.

So I dusted off my powershell skills and created this little powershell script which will add a text file next to the UPD with the username at the end of the filename.

Keep in mind, I’m not a devver, so I’m sure you can make this PowerShell script in a one or two liner but hey, it just works. 😉

My LAB UPD Store look like this at the moment:

After running the script it looks like this:

You can schedule this script to run every night. Or manually when needed.

Click to: Download

Jeroen Tielen

Experienced Consultant/Architect with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. Skilled in Citrix, Microsoft, VMware, Ivanti, etc.


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