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PowerShell script to obtain all the properties of computer objects in AD

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Please let me know if there is a PowerShell script to obtain all the properties of computer objects in AD. Exchange 2010
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Run these command in Windows Powershell.
If you are going to process these computers for some purpose then you will need a script.

import-module activedirectory
Get-ADComputer -Filter * -Properties *|fl|out-file c:\temp\comp_properties.txt
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You can also use ADObject to get the same results...

import-module activedirectory
Get-ADObject -filter 'objectclass -eq "computer" -properties * | select | fl | out-file c:\computers.txt

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were you able to test the commnad(s)
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