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AD group members report in mixed Windows 2003/2008 Domain

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We need to do an AD group members report in mixed Windows 2003/2008 Domain. All it is 30 users contain with in an AD group and we need an easy listing report of these users.
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one simple way is from from a command prompt:

net group groupname /domain
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Thanks good stuff but, ended up using a script with a dsquery Action line being ... ACTION
for /F "usebackq delims==" %%I in ("%FOLDER%\groups.txt") do @dsquery group -name %%I | dsget group -members -expand | dsget user -samid -ln -fn -email -loscr -profile -hmdrv -hmdir -c 2>nul >"%RESULTS%\%%I.csv"
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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good stuff pointed me in right direction
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Good stuff
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