Need an LDAP filter for ADUC

Posted on 2006-06-06
Last Modified: 2008-02-01
I am looking to distribute an MMC which has some custom queries...only one query remains. I need to query with a two column result: Username & the "Public Delegates" property. This will allow my admins to see who has delegated access to other peoples mailboxes.

The following LDIFDE export show far too much data and is not a tidy surfacing of the required data. But it shows somewhat of the area of AD I am seeking to expose.


Please help me compose the LDAP statement to fit into the Save Queries in ADUC.

Thank you,
Question by:johndarby
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    Accepted Solution

    for the saved queries in ADUC I would think the following would work:


    However I'm not sure how you are going to "see" the public delegates as the columns displayed in the window don't allow for that attribute that I know of.
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    Author Comment

    I get the points, my friend. Do you know of a way for me to display usernames side-by-side with their one or more delegates?

    I appreciate your time!

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    Expert Comment

    I do not directly inside ADUC, you'd have to right the script to send it to a .csv and then look at them through excel or similar.
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    Author Comment

    Thanks for the info!

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