How to find exact OU of a User?

Posted on 2009-04-28
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Hi all,
If i am having 50 OU in DC. I am searching for an user in Active Directory. Now, i found the user. but i cannot able to find the exact OU of the user. How to find the OU of the particular user?
Please help me out in this issue...!

Thanking you in advance.

Question by:Icontech
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    Accepted Solution

    Hi Prem
    For this from view menu enable Advance view. Search user by login name. on user right click and select properties. in user properties go to object tab which will show you ou of user.
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    Author Comment

    Is there is any other way to find the OU of the user?
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    Expert Comment

    With Active directory users and computer tool this is the only option. You can depend on third party tool like GFI, opmanager for AD which will also help you to get this as well as other informations.

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