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Get a list of AD groups and their members

I have a list of AD groups and would like to export them into a report, which includes both the group name and the members. Exporting directly to csv only gives me the members, so I was wondering if there was a way to get the group name as well. Is there an approach I could apply to other commands in general? How do I  include the object against which the command was run alongside the command output itself?

Thank you!
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you can use an ldap browser and issue a regular ldap command. that will allow to query any attribute.
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Thank you Sam!

In my case  I actually prefer your suggestion in the post you referenced. All I had to change is the way how "$ADgroups" was defined and later referenced, so I can use a list of groups, rather than all security groups.

Thank you skullnobrains!

This is something I will definitely explore in the future.