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I added an AD security group in a sharepoint site. I want to list the users in this group. I want to do this in SP server instead of AD. Have anyone done this before? Could this be achieved through powershell? Please kindly advice.

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You could try the following powershell script to achieve this:

$web=get-spweb http://yoursite

$ADGroup = $web.EnsureUser("ADGroup")

$reachedMax = $false

$users =[Microsoft.SharePoint.Utilities.SPUtility]::GetPrincipalsInGroup($web, $ADGroup
, 10,[ref]$reachedMax)
$users
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You can use below commands: Replace the asterisk (*) with the Security Group

Display on Screen:

  Get-ADGroupMember -identity "*" | Select Name

Export to CSV:

  Get-ADGroupMember -identity "*" | Select Name | Export-CSV -Path C:\Windows\Temp\SecurityGroups.csv -NoTypeInformation

Link Source: http://itnutt.com/powershell-list-members-of-ad-security-group/

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