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Please refer to the original post as not all the script may be visible here.

Enumerate the users of a AD Group. Very easy script, but can come in handy sometimes, save from having to use Users & Computers, also it will write the list of users to a file you can specify. You could make the script easier to use if you implement a prompt for entering the groupname you want to enumerate.

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strDom = "DomainName"
strGrp = "GroupName"

strMbrs = "Members of: " &  strGrp & vbCRLF

set objDom = GetObject("WinNT://" & strDom & "/" & strGrp)

for each objMbr in objDom.Members

strMbrs = strMbrs & objMbr.FullName & " (" & objMbr.Class &")" & vbCRLF


Set oFilesys = CreateObject("Scripting.FilesystemObject")
Set oFiletxt = oFilesys.CreateTextFile("Pathtotextfile", True)
sPath = oFilesys.GetAbsolutePathName("Pathtotextfile")

sFilename= oFilesys.GetFileName(sPath)



'If you also want to see the users in a prompt enable following line

'Wscript.Echo strMbrs

Hope I didn’t type any errors, had to manually write it :s

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