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Posted on 2007-04-10
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Is there a utility that can go through my Active Directory and list all the different Security Groups; OU's; users; policies; etc...

I'm leaving the company I'm with and want to help document.
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try using gpinventory tool from microsoft to get the group policies applied...
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warriorfan808,

have you looked at dumpsec? thats pretty sweet....the Hyena packge is also unreal

Regards,

James
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Thanks guys.  I'll try both out later today.  Do I have to be worried about running them while people are logged on?
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not at all man its all good
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