how to query DC from a member server to get a list of servers located in Active Directory Users and Computers.

I have to write a script to gather a list of all the servers on a domain from a windows 2012 R2 log server so that it can populate a powershell script.
gmckfnAsked:
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gruppomgCommented:
If you want to list all servers from Active directory you can use the following powershell command.

import-module ActiveDirectory

Get-ADComputer -Filter {OperatingSystem -Like "Windows Server*"} -Property *
footechCommented:
If you just need to create a list of computer names, make this modification.  Side note - I never include -Property * outside of testing as it will slow down your query and likely pull a lot of information that you don't need.
Get-ADComputer -Filter {OperatingSystem -Like "Windows Server*"} | Select -expandProperty Name

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gmckfnAuthor Commented:
Apparently I need the powershell module to allow me to use the get-adcomputer cmdlet    anyone know which one I need to get??  I see over 35 modules and searched through them.
footechCommented:
gruppomg mentioned it.  On a workstation you need to have the RSAT tools installed for the module to be available.  If you're running PS 3.0+, then you don't need to explicitly load the module - it will do it automatically if it's available.
gmckfnAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys.... that worked perfectly.    sorry I missed the module import.  I didn't know I had to add the module as a windows feature.
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