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I am typing In the following command get-aduser username -properties memberof | select-object  {$_.memberof}  I was hoping to get the following output. For some reason I am not. I am using a windows 7 machine and have done the import-module active directory.


group1
group2
group3
group4

I was wondering why is this not occurring here.
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By default you get the DN of groups from memberof attribute.. To get names of group try...
Get-ADuser username -properties memberof | %{$_.memberof | Get-Adgroup | select Name}

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Or use
Get-ADPrincipalGroupMembership username | Select Name

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sweet thanks it worked. So can I use this method for almost any multi valued comma delimited property. If I am using the correct terminology.
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If you are trying to export result, I would suggest you to use the custom property option so you can export all required properties of user.. Example..
Get-ADuser username -properties memberof | Select Name,SamaccountName,@{N="memberof";E={$_.memberof | Get-Adgroup | select -exp Name}}

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like always thank you very much for your help. You have always been extremely helpful.
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very helpful
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You are welcome!
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