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How to get a list of who is a member of the domain admins group in active directory?

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How to get a list of who is a member of the domain admins group in active directory?
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In AD you will see the users OU.  Click on that and you can see Domain Admins group acount in that folder.  Right click it, choose Properties then click on Members tab you will see all the member belong to the domain admins group.

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Or via PowerShell (with quest cmdlets), you can use this one-liner to export to an spreadsheet.

Get-QADGroupMember "domain admins" | select name,dn | export-csv domainadmins.csv
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Great thanks guys.  I was really looking for the PS w/ guest tools and then export to csv.
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