PowerShell – Get all nested groups for a user in Active Directory

Ever needed to get all nested groups a user belongs in Active Directory?

 

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3 Comments

  1. criffo

    very nice presentation and good DFS implementation
    I encountered the need as well because of RBAC and external trusts.
    I developped as well a powershell function but based on a BFS and set parameters to take into account the scope search forest, domain, domain trusts forest trusts or explicit domains. I used the.net classes so no need for the RSAT and activedirectory module. I shared the function on my github for anyone who might have some interest as well
    https://github.com/criffo/getADObjectMEmberOfCustom

  2. Tim Oosterhoff

    What is the need for the line : If($ADObject) ?
    Because if the value is $null the foreach loop does not iterate. That is okay.

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