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Export AD computer objects to a texfile

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Export computer objects to a texfile

Is there any way to export all computer object from Active Directory to a text file?

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DSQUERy worked fine, I don't if it has a switch that tell if it's windows XP or windows 2003 server
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did you try change the word computer with the word server?

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did you try change the word computer with the word server?

this will retrieve Domain Controllers
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Fortunately the naming convention of AD objects helped.

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