$_.passwordLastset.AddDays(30) for each language/country

ldapfilter pwdlastset
powershell password older than 90 days
get-aduser older than 90 days
change pwdlastset to today
password last set active directory
password last set keeps changing
get adgroupmember password last set
aduser password last set

I am close of the end to finish my project but I am looking for some help .

How can I format the date for each language because $_.passwordLastset.AddDays(30) return like Friday, July 27, 2018 2:44:14 PM . I would like Vendredi 27 juillet a 14h44 for french people example . I found formatdatetime but I can't found how to use it . vendredi =day juillet =month

Thank you for you help .

Rather than just passing the [DateTime] to the output (which leads to the default formatting in the current culture) explicitly format.

$frfr = new-object System.Globalization.CultureInfo 'fr-fr'
[datetime]::Now.ToString($frfr)

You can of course also pass a format string if you don't want that culture's default format

[datetime]::Now.ToString('F', $frfr)

Getting list of AD users with password last set more than X days ago , AddDays(-30) $Users = Get-ADUser -Filter {PasswordLastSet -LT $Date} -​Properties You also don't need to return all properties so I limited it to those 2. Try this: PasswordNeverExpires, SamAccountName | Where-Object { -not $_. 0 passwordLastSet and password expired soon for each language and then send an email Jul 22 '18 0 $_.passwordLastset.AddDays(30) for each language/country Jul 27 '18 0 how to access neteller account by Invoke-WebRequest Apr 25 '19

thank all ,with your help I found how to it and also I share usefull link https://www.reddit.com/r/PowerShell/comments/2comxz/how_to_adjust_the_datetime_readout_according_to/ I will try then give you a feelback

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In addition to @Richard's answer - you can also use LCID's:

1030..1036 | % {
  $culture = [System.Globalization.CultureInfo]::GetCultureInfo($_)
  (Get-Date).ToString('F',$culture)
}

#output
27. juli 2018 16:01:45
Freitag, 27. Juli 2018 16:01:45
Παρασκευή, 27 Ιουλίου 2018 4:01:45 μμ
Friday, July 27, 2018 4:01:45 PM
viernes, 27 de julio de 2018 16:01:45
27. heinäkuuta 2018 16:01:45
vendredi 27 juillet 2018 16:01:45

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I will code this question by this . I wrote a function who can you use for your script .

Function code ($code) https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/windows/embedded/ms912047(v=winembedded.10) {

$culture =[System.Globalization.CultureInfo]::GetCultureInfo($code)
(get-date).ToString('F',$culture)

}

code 1079


Example of usage in my script .replace('$FULLNAME',$_.DisplayName).replace('$EXPIRE',(code 1079))

$expire in my email will be replaced by the full date .

I can confirm is perfectly fine . that's so cool .

thank you everyone for your help ,that's great community .

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  • Take a look at (blogs.technet.microsoft.com/heyscriptingguy/2011/08/25/…)
  • thank you so much I found something and I will try it $LocaleNL = New-Object System.Globalization.CultureInfo("nl-NL") #Dutch (Netherlands) Locale $LocaleEN = New-Object System.Globalization.CultureInfo("en-US") #English (US) Locale $LocaleFR = New-Object System.Globalization.CultureInfo("fr-FR") #french local time (Get-Date).adddays(90).tostring("dddd, yyyy-MM-dd",$LocaleNL) (Get-Date).adddays(90).tostring("dddd, yyyy-MM-dd",$LocaleEN) (get-Date).AddDays(90).tostring("dddd, dd-MM-yyyy HH:mm:ss",$LocaleFR)