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how to extract ala the attributes of the all user(active directory) from the power shell command?

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how to extract all lthe attributes of the all user(active directory) from the power shell command?
what is the command?
how to run the command from the power shell?
how to extract these data into excel sheet?
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Try..
Import-Module Activedirectory
Get-ADuser -F * -Pr * -ResultSetSize $null | Export-Csv C:\User.csv -nti 

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You can open csv file in Excel
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Thanks all
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