Powershell – Export all Active Directory User Information to CSV


Last updated on March 30th, 2023 at 05:08 pm

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If you need to export all Active Directory user information to CSV, then you can use a simple Powershell script to carry this out.

First Import the Active Directory module:

Import-Module ActiveDirectory

Then get the user information from Active Directory. For the example below we are just going to grab all information, hence the * wildcard, but you can trim this down if you want to.

Get-ADUser -Filter * -Properties * | export-csv C:\TGH\ADUserInformation.csv

The export-csv part will then export all the user information into a CSV format. Just remember to change the proceeding path to where you want to save the CSV file.

Go to the location where you exported the CSV file to and open it using Excel or Notepad. You should now see all of the Active Directory user information.


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