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How I find the DN of the AD OU for a particular object

Posted on 2007-11-29
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I'm in the process of setting up a test enviornment for OCS 2007. I'm on the Delegate Setup Task option and its prompting me for the DN name. I keyed in sever things by the format supplied in the example below based on the organization,FQDN,OU,etc. None of these work.
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by:bhnmi
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would be like this

OU=(OU),DC=mydomain,DC=local
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In the OU field, do you know if there any restrictions on spaces. For (ie) I created a OU called "Live Communication". Where there would be a space between the Live & Comm..... In the case of the DC how would it be handle if it were a company such as

test.net.us.worldwide

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Hm, try entering the OU name with the space.

ou=live communication,dc=test,dc=net,dc=us,dc=worldwide
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