LDIFDE


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Frank A, Zanotti

I'm having a problem when I use the LDIFDE command, when I use the
command on a built in OU i.e. (ldifde -d cn=joe,cn=users,dc=abc,dc=local -f
con) it works fine but when I use it on an OU that I create i.e. (ldifde -d
cn=bill,cn=managers,dc=abc,dc=local -f con) I receive "no entries found",
the users in both OU's are members of different global groups. I'm using to
command to see which groups the user is a member of. Any help is greatly
appreciated

Thanks in Advance
Frank A, Zanotti
(e-mail address removed)
 
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Wayne Tilton

I'm having a problem when I use the LDIFDE command, when I use the
command on a built in OU i.e. (ldifde -d
cn=joe,cn=users,dc=abc,dc=local -f con) it works fine but when I use
it on an OU that I create i.e. (ldifde -d
cn=bill,cn=managers,dc=abc,dc=local -f con) I receive "no entries
found", the users in both OU's are members of different global
groups. I'm using to command to see which groups the user is a member
of. Any help is greatly appreciated

Thanks in Advance
Frank A, Zanotti
(e-mail address removed)

Frank,

"cn=users,dc=abc,dc=local" is not an OU, it is a Container, hence the
"cn=". It is likely that "Managers" *IS* an OU (unless you went to the
trouble of creating a Container object using ADSIEDIT).

The correct syntax to reference that OU would be:

cn=bill,ou=managers,dc=abc,dc=local -f con

Note "ou=managers" instead of "cn=managers"

Wayne
 
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Frank A, Zanotti

Thanks Wayne that worked.
Thanks Again
Frank A, Zanotti
(e-mail address removed)
 

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