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Need to Get a List of Sub OU's

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi,

I need to get a list of the OU's "in red" ( only thoses, I dont need sub OU's)

I was playing with these,  but I don't think I got the "base OU" correct

$_Site = "OU=SchoolManagedResources,DC=education,DC=xxxxx,DC=yyyyyy,DC=au"
 $aObjects = _AD_GetObjectsInOU($_Site, "(objectclass=Organizational Unit)")
 
 
 Or
 
$_Site = "OU=SchoolManagedResources,DC=education,DC=xxxxx,DC=yyyyyy,DC=au"
$aObjects = _AD_GetAllOUs ($_Site)

thanks for any help

Nigel

 

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What is the value of @error after you called _AD_GetAllOUs?


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

What is the value of @error after you called _AD_GetAllOUs?

 

Found the probelm,

I was using some code I wrote over a years, ago,  I forgot  the OU was renamed,  and I did not notice it,

This got me the result I wanted,

$_Site ="OU=ManagedResources,DC=education,DC=xxxxx,DC=yyyyyy,DC=au"
    $aObjects = _AD_GetObjectsInOU($_Site, "(objectclass=OrganizationalUnit)", 1, "distinguishedName,description")

Nigel

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You could solve the second problem with the depth of returned OUs?


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The next release of the UDF will allow to pass a parameter to specify how much data will be returned (root, one-level, subtree). Similar to _AD_GetObjectsInOU.

I needed I can post the modified code.


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The next release of the UDF will allow to pass a parameter to specify how much data will be returned (root, one-level, subtree). Similar to _AD_GetObjectsInOU.

I needed I can post the modified code.

It's ok,  I got what I need

When was your next version coming out ?

Nigel

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No plans for a release date yet because I only have made some minor changes.


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