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Get all ASP.NET membership users and all info - then export to Excel

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The project I'm working on has a handful of membership functions that are kind of convoluted.  I am simply looking to export all asp.net membership users and all their property values, both custom and .NET.  

I tried Membership.GetAllUsers(), but that just seems to return the .NET membership variables, and not my custom ones.  Is there a function that does all of this, or do I have to code it to pull all values?  thanks -
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How do you reference the custom values?  That isn't part of the .NET infrastructure, is it?  (I.e., the profile providers can support custom values by serializing their types, etc., in the DB.)  Or is it these profile properties you are referring to?
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