Open the Powershell shell (pun intended) on your domain controller and run the following command:
Get-ADGroupMember 'groupname'

This will list all members of the 'groupname' group in your shell. List pipe it into a text file instead:
Get-ADGroupMember 'groupname' > list.txt

We don't need those unecessary columns though, so let's just list the NAME column and nothing else:
Get-ADGroupMember 'groupname' | select name > list.txt


Run the shell as admin...

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