Help with a VBScript

I have this VBScript that lists out users and a security group in AD.  Im trying to add their title to the script and i seem to be missing something.  Can someone help?

Option Explicit
Dim Group
Dim GroupName
Dim GroupDomain
Dim Member
Dim title
Dim w
Dim ws
Dim i
Dim Con
Dim Com
Dim RootDSE
Dim sPath
Dim oDepartment
Dim sDepartment

const ForReading = 1
const ForWriting = 2
const ForAppending = 8
Const TristateFalse = 0

i = 1
GroupDomain = "domain"
'GroupDomain = InputBox ("Domain to use for information:","Enter GroupDomain")
'	if GroupDomain = "" then
'	wscript.quit
'	end if
'GroupName = "SupportCenter"
GroupName = InputBox ("Group Name to list Members:","Enter GroupName")
	if GroupName = "" then
	wscript.quit
	end if

Set Con = CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
Set Com = CreateObject("ADODB.Command")
Con.Provider = "ADsDSOObject" 
Con.Open "Active Directory Provider"
Set Com.ActiveConnection = Con
Set RootDSE = GetObject("LDAP://RootDSE")
sPath = "LDAP://" & rootDSE.Get("defaultNamingContext")

Set ws = CreateObject ("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set w = ws.OpenTextFile (GroupName & " " & "members.txt", ForAppending, True)
Set Group = GetObject("WinNT://" & GroupDomain & "/" & GroupName & ",group")

w.WriteLine i & "; USER ID; USER NAME; TITLE; DEPARTMENT;"

For Each Member in Group.Members
		oDepartment = "select department from '"& sPath &"' WHERE samAccountname= '"& Member.Name &"'"
		Com.CommandText = oDepartment
		set sDepartment = Com.Execute
                            w.WriteLine i & ";" & Member.Name & ";" & Member.FullName & ";" & title & ";" & sDepartment(0) &";"
		i = i + 1
Next
Wscript.Echo "Text file " & GroupName & " " & " members.txt contains the list of users in this group."

set RootDSE = nothing
Set Com = Nothing
Set Con = Nothing

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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
Maybe you should use Member.Title instead of title?!
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RobSampsonCommented:
Hi, change this line:
		oDepartment = "select department from '"& sPath &"' WHERE samAccountname= '"& Member.Name &"'"

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to this:
		oDepartment = "select department,title from '"& sPath &"' WHERE samAccountname= '"& Member.Name &"'"

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to add the title to the recordset as the second field, then change this line:
                            w.WriteLine i & ";" & Member.Name & ";" & Member.FullName & ";" & title & ";" & sDepartment(0) &";"

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to this
                            w.WriteLine i & ";" & Member.Name & ";" & Member.FullName & ";" & sDepartment(1) & ";" & sDepartment(0) &";"

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so that you are outputting the second field as well.

Regards,

Rob.
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Not sure if you got that message since EE went down just as I posted it.....
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