Fetch User Profile Properties From Site Collection And Export To CSV Using PNP PowerShell

Fetch User Profile Properties From Site Collection And Export To CSV Using PNP PowerShell


  Many times we have a requirement like to get users or user profile properties from any SharePoint site collection and we need it in CSV or Excel format. so to achieve this solution we will use PnP PowerShell.    Let’s see step-by-step implementation.  


If we are using Window 10 or we have PowerShellGet then we can run the below commands to install PnP PowerShell and AzureAD Modules\

Install PnP PowerShell Module,    

Install-Module SharePointPnPPowerShellOnline -Scope CurrentUser  




  • Open Windows PowerShell ISE
  • Create a new file and write a script   Now we will see all the steps which we required to achieve the solution:

1.  We will read the site URL from the user 2.  then we will connect to the O365 admin site and then we will connect to the site which the user has entered 3. Create a function to bind a CSV 4. Create a function to get user profile properties by email 5.  In the main function we will write a logic to get web and users of site collection URL and then get all the properties and bind it to CSV   So at the end, our script will be like this,      

$basePath = #base path where you want to save CSV file("D:\Chandani\...\")
$dateTime = "{0:MM_dd_yy}_{0:HH_mm_ss}" -f (Get-Date)
$csvPath = $basePath + "\userdetails" + $dateTime + ".csv"
$adminSiteURL = "https://****-admin.sharepoint.com/" #O365 admin site URL
$username = #user email id
$password = "********"
$secureStringPwd = $password | ConvertTo-SecureString -AsPlainText -Force 
$Creds = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential -ArgumentList $username, $secureStringPwd
$global:userDetails = @()
$index = 1;
Function Login() {
    param([parameter(Mandatory = $true, ValueFromPipeline = $true)] $Creds)
    #connect to O365 admin site
    Write-Host "Connecting to Tenant Admin Site '$($adminSiteURL)'" -f Yellow | Out-File $LogFile -Append -Force
    Connect-PnPOnline -Url $adminSiteURL -Credentials $Creds
    Write-Host "Connection Successfull" -f Yellow | Out-File $LogFile -Append -Force
Function StartProcessing {
Function ConnectionToSite() {
    $siteURL = Read-Host "Please enter site collcetion URL" 
    try {            
        Write-Host "Connecting to Site '$($siteURL)'" -f Yellow          
        $SCWeb = Get-PnPWeb -Identity ""              
        $getusers = Get-PnPUser -Web $SCWeb
        ForEach ($user in $getusers) { 
            $email = $user.Email
            If ($email) {
                $userInfo = GetUserProfileProperties $email        
                #creating object fro CSV
                $global:userDetails += New-Object PSObject -Property ([ordered]@{                   
                        Id            = $index
                        GUID          = $userInfo.'UserProfile_GUID'
                        FirstName     = $userInfo.FirstName
                        LastName      = $userInfo.LastName
                        WorkEmail     = $userInfo.WorkEmail 
                        PictureURL    = $userInfo.PictureURL    
                        Department    = $userInfo.Department
                        PreferredName = $userInfo.PreferredName                        
    catch {
        Write-Host -f Red "Error in connecting to Site '$($TenantSite)'"                        
Function BindingtoCSV {
    param([parameter(Mandatory = $true, ValueFromPipeline = $true)] $Global)   
    Write-Host -f Yellow "Exporting to CSV..."
    $userDetails | Export-Csv $csvPath -NoTypeInformation -Append
    Write-Host -f Yellow "Exported Successfully..."
Function GetUserProfileProperties($username) {
    $Properties = Get-PnPUserProfileProperty -Account $username
    $Properties = $Properties.UserProfileProperties
    If ($Properties) {
        $Properties = $Properties
    else {
        $Properties = $null
    return $Properties

      In the above script do the following changes:  

  1. Change O365 Site URL, base path, username, and password
  2. To check all the properties you can print $userInfo and then change $global:userDetails object as per your requirement at where I have used $userInfo.FirstName,LastName etc.   Then run the script with the F5 command.  



    After this check the CSV file at your base location.  


  So in this article, we have seen how to get user and user profile properties and as well as how to export them to CSV.   Hope this helps! If it is helpful to you then share it with others.   Sharing is caring!