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Is there a way or a little Utility to pull up all groups and their members on a server?

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I need a Utility to pull up all groups and their members on server 2003

Trying to migrate shared folders to another server among other things

Is there a way or a little Utility to pull up all groups and their members on a server?

It is a DC and runs AD
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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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Do you have powershell installed on your 2003 server? This would be the easiest and cheapest way to get the info you are looking for.

If not, I would recommend using something like AD Manager which will be able to get all of the Groups in your AD Domain and all of the members assoicated with them.

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How do I do it using powershell?
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Use the following command...
import-module activedirectory
$Groups = Get-AdGroup -filter *
foreach ($member in $Groups) {
        Get-AdGroupMember -Identity $member | ft $member.Name, Name, sAMAccountName
}

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by:Bing CISM / CISSP
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> I need a Utility to pull up all groups and their members on server 2003

just clarify: do you actually mean you want to list all groups and members of the AD from the DC running W2K3? not just the objects belong to the specific server.
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