query group disabled AD group members

Hi,

I have been using this script to display list of users in a specified group:

param
(  
    [Parameter(Mandatory=$true,position=0)]
    [String]$GroupName
)

Import-Module activedirectory

Get-ADGroupMember $GroupName -Recursive | Get-ADUser -Properties * | Select sAMAccountName,givenName,SN | Export-csv "C:\ed\ps_script\list group member\w7localadm.csv" -nti

What should I add if I need to display the "Department" field of the user as well as whether or not the account is disabled in AD?

Please advise.
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footechCommented:
You just need to modify the following portion.
Get-ADGroupMember $GroupName -Recursive | Get-ADUser -Properties * | Select sAMAccountName,givenName,SN,Department,Enabled | Export-csv "C:\ed\ps_script\list group member\w7localadm.csv" -nti 

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However, some advice for optimization - it's best not to use -Properties * outside of testing.  Instead you should list what properties you are interested in retrieving (besides the default set).
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