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Export machine name in Domain Admin

Posted on 2007-03-29
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Hi,

How can i export all the machine names which are a member in Domain Admin.

THX
Sharath
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by:mattyfonz
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im not sure i understand your question
are you asking how to export a list of all the client machines that are part of the domain admin group?
because you cant add computers to groups only users..
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by:bsharath
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No there is a group call Domain admins in the users OU i am able to add computers in it.(Designated administrators of the domain)I want to take the machine in it to a list a txt file (Export)
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Burns2007 earned 500 total points
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errr.that group is not meant to have computers in it...that is for user accounts only.

You can from a command prompt on a domain controller do a net group "domain admins" > file.txt, and export details to a text file.
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