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We have some dynamic groups with roughly 1800 members. Get-AdmGroup returns the member property OK for small groups, but for these large groups it returns null for member.

Is there a setting for this?

Or do I have to workaround by calling Get-AdmGroupMember for those groups?

Thanks,
Randy Lindsey
Colorado Springs Utilities

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Hello Randy,

The reason why the Get-AdmGroup cmdlet doesn't work for those groups is that the groups are dynamic. The Get-AdmGroup cmdlet doesn't support dynamic groups.

We suggest using Microsoft's AD management cmdlets to work with dynamic groups. For example, you can use the Get-DynamicDistributionGroup cmdlet from Exchange Management Tools: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/libr ... 50%29.aspx.

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