Active Directory Group
Membership Report

Export all Active Directory groups and members with this easy-to-use GUI tool.

  • No Scripting Required
  • Easy export all groups
  • Find Nested groups


Here are the advantages of using the Group Membership Report tool.

Easily Report Group Membership

This tool makes it very easy for you to get all user’s group membership. You can get all users, users from a group of users from an organizational unit.

Search and Filter the Results

You can filter and sort the results table to quickly find or organize the report. Do you want to just see all the nested groups? No problem, then click the object class column to filter for nest groups.

Easy To Use, No Scripting

This easy-to-use GUI tool required no coding or scripts. This saves you lots of time by not having to update or change complicated scripts.

Get Nested Groups (Recursive)

Group membership can easily get out of control when groups are added to other groups. This tool will help you track down all groups that are added to other groups.

Customize the Report

The column picker lets you add or remove user fields so you can customize the report to your needs. There are 60+ user fields to choose from, the GUI interface makes it easy to add and remove user fields.

Export to CSV

You can easily export the report to CSV for backup, reporting, or migration needs.

Active Directory Reports

List of included Active Directory Group Reports

In addition to the group membership report tool, the AD Pro Toolkit includes over 200 pre-built reports for users, computers, groups, and more. These group reports can be exported to CSV, XLSX, and PDF.

These reports allow administrators to quickly view all groups, specific group types, and recently modified or created groups in just a few clicks. The GUI tool saves you the hassle of creating complicated scripts to inventory and report on groups in your Active Directory environments.

General Group Reports

  • All groups
  • Built in groups
  • Deleted groups
  • Groups created in last 7 days
  • Groups created in last 30 days
  • Groups created in last 60 days
  • Groups modified in last 7 days
  • Groups modified in last 30 days
  • Groups modified in last 60 days
  • Groups with members
  • Groups with no members
  • Managed groups
  • Unmanaged groups

Security Groups

  • All security groups
  • Built in security groups
  • Global security groups
  • Local security groups
  • Universal security groups

Distribution Groups

  • All distribution groups
  • Empty distribution groups
  • Global distribution groups
  • Local distribution groups
  • Universal distribution groups


  • Groups not protected from accidental deletion
  • Groups protected from accidental deletion

How to Create
Active Directory Group Reports

Step 1: Select Groups

The first step is to choose which group or groups you want to report on.

Entire Domain = All groups in the domain

Select OU or Group = Select an OU or a Single or multiple groups.

Search = Search your domain for a specific group or OU.

Step 2: Click Run

Now click Run and the tool will get the membership for the selected groups. In this example, I select my “Accounting” OU. This will get the membership for every group in this OU.

Depending on how big your network is this could take several minutes.

View and Filter Results

When the report is displayed you can filter and sort on any column. Right-click on any column to display the filtering options.

To export the report to CSV click the “Export” button.

Display Nested Groups

To display nested groups you can filter on the objectclass column for groups. This will show groups that are members of groups.

For example, you can see my “IT_Printers” group is a member of the “IT_Local” group.

You can also use the built-in filter to display nested groups.

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