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Get-QADComputer -sizelimit 0 -OSName ‘*server*’|export-csv Servers.csv
I am trying the above cmd at my windows7 PC and i get this error

"The term 'Get-QADComputer' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file
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by:als315
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"Qxxx" - are powershell commands from quest software. You should install free ActiveRoles Management Shell for Active Directory:
http://www.quest.com/powershell/activeroles-server.aspx
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coraxal earned 500 total points
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Like als315 pointed out, you'd have to use the Quest cmdlets to use the command you have.  However, if you have the Active-Directory module then you can use the Get-ADComputer cmdlet
Get-ADComputer -ResultSetSize $null -Properties operatingsystem -ldapfilter "(operatingsystem=*server*)" |
	Select-Object Name,@{Name="OS";Expression={$_.OperatingSystem}} |
	Export C:\Temp\Servers.csv -NoType

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thanks
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