Export Member List from AD group

Posted on 2005-05-13
Last Modified: 2010-12-19
I hope my question will be the right topic area.

How can I export the member list of group object in Active Directory (Windows Server 2000) to text file.

Thanks in advance
Question by:mpitak
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    Accepted Solution

    Open a command prompt and enter
    net group YourGroupName /domain >SomeTextFile.txt
    (Do NOT replace /domain with your domain name.)

    Expert Comment

    this command is working perfect but, you should type domain in capital letters
    net group <group name>/DOMAIN >file.txt or file.scv
    LVL 4

    Expert Comment

    Works like a charm. Thanks!

    While trying out, the syntax worked with lower /domain.

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