How to get users information using powershell for a certain OU in a domain

How to get users information using powershell for a certain OU in a domain.

Can anyone help please, I'm trying to get some reports about users rights and access levels in a certain OU in a domain.

Thanks for any ones help!!
sirichaiphumiratAsked:
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Use the below command...
import-module activedirectory
$OU = "ou=test,dc=domain,dc=com"
Get-ADUser -Filter * -SearchBase $OU -Properties * | select | Export-csv "c:\users.csv" -nti

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Note: i have used the -Properties * which will provide all of the properties as you did not state which ones you required. It provids better performance if you specify individual properties.

Will.

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sirichaiphumiratAuthor Commented:
thanks, what would you do when you have a space.

example  $ou = "ou=my test, dc=domain, dc =com"

my current domain setup is....      cb.smbmi.local

my ou im trying to search under is Vendor Support
 
would my line be   $ou = "ou=vendor support, dc=cb, dc=smbmi, dc=local"    

thanks for helping
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
If Vendor Support is the top level OU then the below is correct.

would my line be   $ou = "ou=vendor support, dc=cb, dc=smbmi, dc=local"    

Will.
sirichaiphumiratAuthor Commented:
great thank you!!
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