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Guest

When I do a simple export of user objects of my AD: csvde -f export.csv -r "(objectClass=user)".

The export contains user and computer objects.

Is this a behavior by design?

How can I export just user objects from my Active Directory


Thanks

Carl Buchmann
 
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Jason Meyer

use objectcategory=user(or maybe person) and that should be more like what
you want.


Jason
Carl Buchmann said:
When I do a simple export of user objects of my AD: csvde -f
export.csv -r "(objectClass=user)".
 
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Wayne Tilton

When I do a simple export of user objects of my AD: csvde -f
export.csv -r "(objectClass=user)".

The export contains user and computer objects.

Is this a behavior by design?

How can I export just user objects from my Active Directory


Thanks

Carl Buchmann
Computers *ARE* users in AD. You need a better search filter:

(&(objectCategory=Person)(objectClass=User))

Wayne
 

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