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One of our developers is asking is there a way I can export user's information from our AD, for example Last Name, First Name, Phone number, Department, title.....

I tried dsquery but it does not help much.

Please advise.

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Another way

One of the simplest methods is using Active Directory Users and Computers.
1. Open this Snap-in, go to View, Add /Remove columns and the information you want to export to the Displayed columns list;
2. Select the desired OU from witch you intend to make the export, go to Action and Export list;
3. Choose the format and name of the destination file;
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