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Hi,

is there any function to get all direct an indirect memberships, with the multiple one?
If we check the indirect membership checkbox there are only shown every "group" once.
But we need to check, how an user is getting his permissions, from which groups he is getting the same permissions and so on.

Is there a way?

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Hello,

Have a look at the following script from our repository: http://www.adaxes.com/script-repository ... r-s407.htm

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Hello,

yeah, this script is doing the same as the checkbox in the members tab. But this script does not report double GUIDS.
We need to check if an user is in an circular nested group and try to get rid of this double permissions,

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Hello,

The algorythm to create a report like you want it is too complicated to be put in a PowerShell script. There is no possibility to create such a report at the moment.

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