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Get list of group membership for a user

Posted on 2006-07-11
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I am looking to export a the group membership for each user in the domain. I am familiar with dsget and this does a recursive search which is perfect - except i CAN't save it to a file! Any help in saving output to a file would be great.
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Use AdventNet's ADManager +  http://manageengine.adventnet.com/products/ad-manager/download.html?free

It's free for use within a single domain.  

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Many thanks for that, just what I needed.
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I love their products in the SBS space becuase almost all of them are free!  :-)

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You can capture any output in a command window with a redirection; just add ">>SomeTextFile.txt" (without the quotes) at the end of the command.
Some more explanations:
somecommand.exe >SomeTextFile.txt
will write somecommand.exe's output to the file SomeFile.txt; this file is created if it doesn't exist, and overwritten (without warning) if it exists.
somecommand.exe >>SomeTextFile.txt
will do the same as the above, but if the file already exists, the output will be added to the existing file.
If the file's name contains a space, put it in quotes:
somecommand.exe >>"SomeTextFile.txt"
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