Export user list

Posted on 2004-11-19
Last Modified: 2010-04-14
Isnt there a way to export a list of users by username and not by the description on active directory. When we open ADUC and go to the users folders, the names you see there are not the user names. you have to go to the users properties.
Question by:comtekn
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    You can try
    net user>username.txt
    net user /domain>username.txt
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    You can add the user names there too.

    In AD Users and Computers, select View, Add / Remove Columns and add in User Logon Name or Pre-Windows 2000 Logon Name then select the OU and Export List.

    The Tab Delimited File can then be loaded into an application like Microsoft Excel which will allow you to sort it as you prefer and will list every column you selected in the View options.

    Hope that helps.

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