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How to extract objects on Active Directory such as Security group's members and user

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On Active Directory I got users and Objects i want to extract this information on a document that is Security group created on Active Directory with members
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Your question is brief so it is not clear if you want a product or a script. In any case microsoft have a script centre which should at least start you off...

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/scripts/default.mspx?mfr=true
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Can run a query on Active directory to get the user list and can have required filters also.

for example, to get the list for all the users from a paticular office location, then select the office location field.  Ofcourse for this to work, Office location field should be filed in for the users.
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