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I have a task to find out all exchange users groups. can i find out on the shell with command that who is in which group?
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Question by:orkinos
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Kindly copy paste the below in a .ps1 file and run it, it will give you the list of all users and their corresponding groups

supposing you call the file GroupList.ps1 run

[PS] > ."\GroupList.ps1" > c:\list.txt

and the output will be saved in a file called list.txt
$users = Get-User -ResultSize unlimited

foreach ($user in $users)
{
   $userDN = [adsi](“LDAP://”+$user.DistinguishedName)
   $groups = $userDN.memberof
   echo `n
   $user.name
   echo "--------------------------------------------------------------------"
   foreach($group in $groups)
   {
      $strGroup = $group.split(‘,’)[0]
      $strGroup = $strGroup.split(‘=’)[1]
      $strGroup
   }
}

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by:orkinos
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is there a simple one? ;))
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What do you mean? Thiswill give you what you want
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I dont understand what you dont like in my script. Anyway here are some oher options

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/exchangesvradmin/thread/63ad55d1-1393-4533-8065-1d7cbd8657fa/
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is there a no command ? why script ?
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because there is no one powershell command that will give you this
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