Is there a way to pass additional attributes to the scripting driver?
I'm trying to delete a Microsoft homedirectory when an eDirectory/AD
user is deleted. I want to grab the AD homedirectory, but this is gone
since the user is already deleted by the time it gets to the scripting
driver... Is there a way to pass additional edirectory attributes to
the script? This would assume i'm synchronizing the AD homedirectory
attribute with an attribute in eDirectory.

I've been able to get the homedirectory created with Powershell...but
can't figure out the deletion. Any help would be greately


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