LifeOfJonny Posted May 21, 2020 Share Posted May 21, 2020 Hi Hornbill, I'm currently writing a powershell script to automate the update/creation of our users. I wanted to get the custom attributes of a user, I could see userProfileSet in the admin section of methods, but userProfileGet wasn't there which I found odd. Luckily I stumbled upon it in session::userProfileGet, so I was wondering if you could add a note to the list of methods in admin to say its in session. So other users don't go thinking the method their looking for doesn't exist. Jonny Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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