How to query active directory groups with CFLDAP?

Posted on 2006-05-18
Last Modified: 2013-12-24
This is my code so far. I have found no documentation on how to start the query at a certain group. NOT an organization unit.
This is where I need to query TCC --> CORP ---> Schmidt ---> Schmidt.inet ---> schgg_inet_admins  (schgg_inet_admins) is the only GROUP. Everything else is an organization unit.

      <cfldap server="server.ip"
            action = "query"
             name = "auth"
            attributes = "cn,mail,l,title"
             start = "ou=Schmidt.inet, ou=schmidt, dc=corp, dc=tcc, dc=inet"
            scope = "subtree"
             username = "#username#"
             password = "#password#"
             sort = "cn ASC">
Question by:upandrun3
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    This is what I have used in the past

    <cfldap action="QUERY"

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