Team lead of a group was curious which of his people have access to a certain system. I know the information is in an Active Directory Group. I knew where to find the group.
So, I pulled up the AD Users and Computer, found the group and was dismayed because I was looking at three screenshots to get the information because the Properties box is not expandable by size. That bothered me quite a bit. See, I would live with one
Enough so, that I decided it would be worth writing a Powershell script to dump the data. I am sure other coworkers have one. But, I did a quick Google and found something that looked way too easy. The last time I tried to do this, I had to script connecting to the AD server, searching through the forest, etc. This was one command. I added a couple options to make it better presentable.
Get-ADGroupMember <group_name> | Select-Object -exp name | Sort-Object
From List AD Group Members published April 07, 2017 at 04:52PM.