[Powershell] Export CSV structure form get-adprincipalgroupmembership

Stoycho Kushev 1 Reputation point

Hello All,

I'm trying to generate report in CSV format for my AD users.
However I want to make it in the following structure - collumn headers be: Name, Username, Group0, Group1, Group3 and so on based on the highest number of groups a user has. (Example attached as screenshot)

In other words a dynamically expanding custom object.
I've written this:

Get-Aduser -Filter * -SearchBase "OU=Admins,DC=vlab,DC=test" -Properties Name, SamAccountName, LastLogonDate, whencreated | select Name, SamAccountName, LastLogonDate, whencreated | export-csv C:\TS_Users.csv -NoTypeInformation  
$Users = Import-Csv -Path C:\TS_Users.csv   
$Result = foreach ($User in $Users){  
         $Object = [pscustomobject]@{   Name = $User.Name  
                                        Username = $User.SamAccountName  
         $Groups = Get-ADPrincipalGroupMembership -Identity $User.SamAccountName | Select-Object -Property name  
                   $i = 0  
                   foreach ($Group in $Groups){  
                   $PropertyName = "Group$($i)"  
                   Add-Member -InputObject $Object -NotePropertyName $PropertyName -NotePropertyValue $Group.name  
                   $i++                          }  
$Result | Export-Csv C:\Users_Groups.csv -NoTypeInformation  

However I am getting as much results as the number of groups my first user has.
Is there a way to do this properly ?

Best Regards,

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