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Posted on 2010-08-23
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So I have gotten this far from information I have found but what I need to get is the names of the individuals that belong to this group and not the actual groupd name.  Don't query active Directory much so don't really know what I am doing.  How do i get the personnel whom belong to this group.

select cn, distinguishedName

from openquery(ADSI,'SELECT cn, distinguishedName

FROM "Sever Name"

WHERE objectCategory = ''group''

and CN = ''NGMN SEC J6 Voc''

')
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Question by:kdeutsch
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Jerryuk007 earned 400 total points
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Have a look at spQueryAD (http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=1273100&page=2)

I created that SP on MSSQL 2008, and then an SSIS to load the data into a MSSQL Table and sort them out the way I need.

Hope this helps.

Jerry
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by:kdeutsch
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Jerryuk007,

i will have to look into that for future use, currently I am trying to trace some Vb code that hits AD and gets the users that fall under this account and then emails them.  So I would have to put a lot of work into changing the whole thing, which I don't have time to do.  Just wondering if there is a way to get the users that belong to this distribution account.
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by:kdeutsch
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Came down to problem with account in AD, awarding Jerryuk007: some points for the code that will allow us to copy out Ad abojects.
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by:kdeutsch
ID: 33513799
Really was not the solution but wanted to award some popints for the code, but this question did not give me a choice to accept my solution and award points to others.
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