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    Re: exporting several groups and their membership

    There are a few ways to do this, but this one should be easiest:

    Go to File->Manage Object View->AD Queries. Change the Query Type to Global Groups (or one of the other group queries if these aren't Global Groups), then click on Group (Summary). In the lower left window are the attributes that are currently displayed, and in the lower right are those you can add.

    Click on Member Of in the Schema Attributes window and click the Add icon to display that field in the Query Directory Attributes window, then click OK to close Object Manager.

    Under your domain in Hyena double-click on Global Groups to display them in the right-hand window and you will see the newly added field.

    Ctrl-click on the groups you want, then go to Tools->Export to Microsoft Excel.

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  • deheugden
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    Re: exporting several groups and their membership

    indeed.
    How should i do that??

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    Re: exporting several groups and their membership

    You are just looking to see what groups those few groups are members of, correct? The only way I can think of would be to add MemberOf to your query. MemberOf includes the full path for each group, but that would be the only way to view that info.

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  • deheugden
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    exporting several groups and their membership

    I need to export the name of several groups and the groups they are member off. Whats best practice for doing this? am using version 8.1
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