We just had a situation where we needed to ‘reverse’ lookup Active Directory user account names. We had a list of email addresses from our Azure online, which is the ‘account’ in this environment. However, they wanted me to use that list of email addresses and run a report on Active Directory to retrieve the AD User Account Name. So if the email address was email@example.com they wanted to know the AD account name, which would be something like JS5672. I had to find a PowerShell command and run that manually. The text file input needed a format of “smtp:firstname.lastname@example.org” and was a bit of a hassle, since I don’t do PowerShell! So I thought it would be so much easier if I could use Goverlan to query AD using a text file full of email addresses as the input file into a Goverlan action that would retrieve AD user account info, such as retrieve the AD account name.