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Very noobish with ldap/dsquery. Simple question:

How can I do a dsquery in php and interpret the results. What i'm ultimately trying to do is simply get all the groups that exist only in this directory (no duplicates, just unique/distinct list).

The dsquery I'd like to use is:

dsquery group OU=Users and Groups,DC=Applications,DC=MHGroups


I'd probably need to format it with the -o option also.

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Marcus Bointon earned 1000 total points
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Have you looked at the built-in ldap stuff in PHP: http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.ldap.php

If you're used to the command line version, you can just use that and parse the output using exec(), system() etc.
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How do you actually call the query in php though? eg: ldap_search() ??
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Yes, ldap_search() is the thing to use. You'll need to get the results of it using ldap_get_entries() and so on.
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do I just put "dsquery group" in the filter?

function all_groups() {
            if($this->_bind) {
                  $sr=ldap_search($this->_conn,$this->_base_dn,"dsquery group");
                  $entries = ldap_get_entries($this->_conn, $sr);
                  return $entries;
            }
      }
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