Active Directory Group Member listing

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How can I quickly get a list of the members of an AD group so I can print them out and/or send the list to managers to find out if they should really be in the group? Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
ASKED: January 17, 2007  1:53 PM
UPDATED: January 19, 2007  10:07 AM

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Hi,
Try Javelina’s software for Active Directory. I believe this is the package I used a few years back to do the same thing you are asking about.

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  • Dhagar
    Check out this thread... http://groups.google.com/group/microsoft.public.windows.server.active_directory/browse_thread/thread/efdf2f0c99615bb4/4b8447f9dde66b4e%234b8447f9dde66b4e
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  • Tbitner
    Try this script at windowsitpro.com: http://www.windowsitpro.com/Article/ArticleID/93884/93884.html
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  • Spadasoe
    Try this tool: AD Inspector from Intrusense http://www.intrusense.com/software/adinspector/ Nice GUI, filtering, export to CSV
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  • Hjtharp
    Here is a very simple command, what this does is list all users in ADS to a text file then open the file and and go through each user to find all the groups that that individual belongs to. The final output file group.txt will have the information that you requested, of course you will need to be an administrator to use this script. dsquery user -limit 0 | dsget user -samid > samid.txt for /f %%A in (samid.txt) do (echo %%A >> group.txt & dsquery user -samid %%A | dsget user -memberof >> group.txt)
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