NetworkNewb wrote: »
assuming you'll need to use powershell, something like this to export users from a group.
Get-ADGroupMember -identity “Name Of Your Group” -recursive | get-aduser -Properties mail |select name,samaccountname,mail |export-csv -path c:\groupmembers.csv -NoTypeInformation
getafix` wrote: »
Sorry, a bit of a hijack, but is this the type of question you could expect in an exam?
poolmanjim wrote: »
Possibly but you would more likely see something more like.
You run a Server 2012 forest with Server 2012 domain controllers. The Sales department needs a listing of all users assigned to the GSales group. How would you accomplish the task requiring the least administrative effort?
C. dsget group
D. Export the Group Policy