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I have a simple PS script that get-adgroup and only three of the attributes (Name, authOrig, dLMemSubmitPerms ).  When I run this without the Export-Csv I can see the values, but when I run it with the Export-Csv I get
Users      Microsoft.ActiveDirectory.Management.ADPropertyValueCollection


Get-ADGroup -Filter * -Properties authOrig, dLMemSubmitPerms | select Name, authOrig, dLMemSubmitPerms | Export-Csv C:\Test.csv

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Any help is greatly appricated.
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