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Need a script to export group membership and user names from Active Directory

Posted on 2014-12-16
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I have a request to pull a list from Active Directory of First and Last names from a list of usernames and list users in a list of AD groups.

Does anyone have a script for the following?
1. Based on a list of usernames in a text file, Query First and Last names to a .csv
2. Export group membership to a .csv
Thanks.
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Question by:Flounder
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by:Mahesh
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For Groups, you can use within Powershell AD Module

PowerShell
Import-Module activedirectory
Get-ADGroupMember -Identity <GroupName> | Select Name, sAMAccountName | Export-csv <Csv file path>

You can create excel file with concatenate function for all groups and add output of this excel file in .ps1 file

Example
Powershell
import-module activedirectory
Get-ADGroupMember -Identity Group1 | Select Name, SamAccountName | Export-csv C:\group1.csv
Get-ADGroupMember -Identity Group2 | Select Name, SamAccountName | Export-csv C:\group2.csv

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For list of users you can use Bulk AD users from WiseSoft, a free tool which can give you output based on list
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RobSampson earned 500 total points
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Hi Flounder, there's an old script here that I just dug up, that might give you what you need as well:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Visual_Basic/VB_Script/Q_23974628.html

Regards,

Rob.
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by:Flounder
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Exactly what I needed.  Thank you.
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