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Using power shell with ADSI connector to enumerate user class objects of an ou

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Using Powershell and a adsi connector how to you list the user object of an OU.
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To just simply do it, you could just bind to the OU and list the child objects in that OU.

$objOU = [ADSI]"OU=targetou,ou=parentou,dc=test,dc=domain"
$objOU.PsBase.Children

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