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Script to export AD attribute for distribution & security group

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Hi, kindly assist to have script (VBS or Powershell) to export below information's on Active Directory Groups (distribution & security) within a Active Directory OU.

Group name (display name)
cn
description
Email
Group Scope
Group Type
ManagedBy
date created
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Will Szymkowski earned 2000 total points
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Use the following command...
import-module activedirectory
Get-ADGroup -filter * -Properties name, CN, Description, mail, GroupScope, GroupCategory, ManagedBy, whenCreated | select name, CN, Description, mail, GroupScope, GroupCategory, ManagedBy, whenCreated | Export-csv "c:\groupstats.csv" -notypeinformation

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