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Export Only Empty Groups in CSVDE?

Posted on 2006-11-13
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Is this possibe? I have used:

C:\>csvde -f c:\fiasporg.csv -r "(objectclass=Group)"

to export all groups, but is it possible to add a switch and only filter groups that have no membership?

Thanks!
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No one knows how to do this?
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Yup, do this:

csvde -f c:\fiasporg.csv -r "(&(objectCategory=group)(!member=*))"




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THANKS!
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by:Pber
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Not a problem.
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