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Posted on 2004-09-24
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I am trying to setup an Advanced Query where i can enter the information in that i want and i can do one item. only problem is .. if i do more than one i dont have the systax right so it spits nothing. how do i add more than one item to the query.

this works ---
operatingsystem=Windows 2000 Professional

or this works
operatingsystemservicepack=Service Pack 1


but together, either using 'AND' 'OR' & () ... i still have yet to find the answer to this. if you know that would be great.
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by:onesquin
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Not an answer...  I had the same problems so I just used scripts to find the answers I wanted instead of using the query.  Good thought MS, just not useful.
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well thats retarded ... they can do all this other stuff but cant allow you to run a query on AD for more than one object.
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