The concept of default and extended properties available with the PowerShell Active Directory cmdlets are defined in Active Directory: PowerShell AD Module Properties. The PowerShell Get-ADObject cmdlet supports the default and extended properties in the following table. Many can be assigned values with the Set-ADObject cmdlet. In the table, default properties are shown with the property name highlighted in cyan. Extended properties are highlighted in pink.

Property Syntax R/RW lDAPDisplayName
CanonicalName String R canonicalName
CN String R cn
Created DateTime R createTimeStamp
Deleted Boolean R isDeleted
Description String RW description
DisplayName String RW displayName
DistinguishedName String (DN) R distinguishedName
LastKnownParent String (DN) R lastKnownParent
Modified DateTime R modifyTimeStamp
Name String R Name (Relative Distinguished Name)
ObjectCategory String R objectCategory
ObjectClass String R objectClass, most specific value
ObjectGUID Guid R objectGUID converted to string
ProtectedFromAccidentalDeletion Boolean RW nTSecurityDescriptor

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