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I am able to return for "sitecollectionURL" the primary and secondary admins using the followins PS:

Get-SPSite "sitecollectionURL" | foreach-object{ Write-host $_.Url - $_.RootWeb.Title - $_.Owner.Name - $_.SecondaryContact.Name}

but what I really want is all the ones listed on site settings > site collection owners group (different than primary and secondary site collection admin) and also the site settings > site collection administrators.

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No need to have a query for finding the owners group.

If you do not know the name of "owners group", the web by default gives you the property $web.associatedownersgroup .

This returns the owners group .

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Are you referring to the Site Collection Owners group?

In that case, use the following:

$web = get-spweb "RootWeb Url"
$web.Groups | Where {$_.Name -eq "Site Collection Owners"} | select Users 

To get the Site Collection Administrators, use the following ($web has the same value as above):

$web.SiteAdministrators

Edit: If you do not know the name of the Owners group, you can still retrieve the groups that have Full Control access on the site, which usually includes the "Owners" (here $web has the same value as above):

$web.Groups | ?{$_.Roles.Name -contains "Full Control"}  | select Name,Roles
  • Thank you Chris Odegard, it works if I know the Site Collection Owners group name, but if I don't know it then how can I get it? Should the approach then will be to get all people who have full control permissions to the site collection? How to do that with PS? – MLC Oct 26 '18 at 17:07
  • For SiteAdministrators the sentence returned with no results – MLC Oct 26 '18 at 17:22
  • @MLC That may work, assuming there are not a lot of groups with Full Control on the Site: $web.Groups | ?{$_.Roles.Name -contains "Full Control"} | select Name,Roles – Chris Odegard Oct 26 '18 at 21:35
  • @MLC re: Site Administrators, are you sure that the group is populated? Check here: https://<Root Web URL>/_layouts/15/mngsiteadmin.aspx Also, where are you running PowerShell? – Chris Odegard Oct 26 '18 at 21:39

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