How to export in CSV all users with special attributes, members of a domain (PowerShell)

Well, this one is really simple:

Get-QADUser * -SizeLimit 0 | select name,displayname,email,company,stateorprovince,city,streetaddress,office | Export-Csv C:\temp\ExportUsers.csv

You can type Get-QADUser username | select * and all user attributes will be shown on screen. You can insert these attributes in the 1st command, as a replacement for name, displayname, email, company, stateorprovince, city, streetaddress or office 😉


Victor an End User Computing Consultant. You find him most of the time on Twitter (@01004753) but also on LinkedIn evangelizing new technologies and processes that can change in good, the world we live in. Victor has expertise in Server & Client Virtualization, Client Management, GPU Virtualization, HyperConvergence and Enterprise Security

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