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The trick is to create a variable for the lookup, containing both the ID of the target field and the lookup field the list is using, in my instance the Title field: Fantastic!
Now I just needed to update my Mapping file to include the ID field, and I away I went…
And more importantly kept in mind the overall process needed when multiple versions of a BIOS Update may be required (from A01 to Axx).
With this new script, I’ve introduced some new “features” Dell_Using this with OSD/MDT I’m not going to go over the script in its entirety here, however I will put out a few things specifically for using the “OSD” version of the script.
Here is all the code you need to update a lookup field, based on the above lookup list: #Load Assembly / Set Variables [system.reflection.assembly]:: Load With Partial Name("Microsoft.I also found Powershell specific info on the issue difficult to come by, and although plenty of blogs on the process in C# were around, these didn’t clear things up completely because I am not a developer…So, I will show the code in Powershell and then how I used it.Sharepoint") | out-null $url = "https://yoururl" #URL of the Site/Subsite you are working with $list = "Documents" #List/Document library name $in = ".\Mapping File.csv" #Mapping file containing name of file to be updated, id, and title of lookup field $out = ".\Output.csv" #This just to capture the fields I am changing.