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Active Directory ADSI:  Query the properties of the Computer objectClass?

Posted on 2009-04-03
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I have seen a lot of help in querying AD (I'm doing it as a SQL query from my management studio) and successfully queried AD user/computers..  But I really want to know what exact properties of the computer objectclass I can query..  SELECT * doesn't work as it just returns the ADSPath property..  Is there a query I can perform that will give me a list of properties for the computer objectclass?
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Well I just answered my question.  In the Windows Server Support Tools kit is a utility called adsiedit.msc  

If I open that up then go into the schema and look up cn=computer, right click -> properties, all of the info is right there.

<pats self on back>
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