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I am using powershell command remotely to communicate with SharePoint Server(2010/13 both). I am using following powershell command to fetch "SiteGroups" from site collections

Get-SPSite http://server/sites/yoursite |
  Select -ExpandProperty RootWeb |
  Select -ExpandProperty SiteGroups |
  Select {$_.ParentWeb.Url}, Name

But groups which are in a subsite inside a site collection also shown ParentWeb.Url as site collection URL. I want subsite's absoulte URL for those groups as those are belonging to subsite.

Can anybody suggest how to use get-spsite command to achieve this ? Does ParentWeb has any property which can give me absoulte URL of subsite ?

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You should try something like this:

function GetGroups($web)
{
    foreach ($g in $web.Groups) {
        Write-Host $web.Url, $g.Name
    }   
    foreach ($w in $web.Webs) {
        GetGroups($w)
    }   
}

It is a recursive function that visits all your webs and writes the groups related to the webs. Execute the function, and then execute the following code, to call the function:

$web = Get-SPWeb http://server/sites/yoursite
GetGroups($web)
  • Thanks for your inputs .. but I forgot to mention , I want commands only as I will be firing it through .NET/C# application so don't have luxury to use script inside a C# application. – BND Jan 31 '17 at 6:37
  • Ok, no problem. You'll definitely need some sort of recursive call since you need to check groups of every subweb in the structure. – Damjan Tomic Jan 31 '17 at 19:44

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