Windows 2008 R2 DC LDP Cannot return >1000 deleted objects

Hi

Trying to get a list of deleted objects through the LDP tool on a DC in 2008 R2 using this article :-

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd379509%28WS.10%29.aspx

Can get the DeletedObjects displayed, but only displays first 1000 objects. Have used NTDSUTIL to set following attribute values for LDAP policy using this article :-

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315071


Policy                          Current(New)

MaxPoolThreads                  4
MaxDatagramRecv                 4096
MaxReceiveBuffer                        10485760
InitRecvTimeout                 120
MaxConnections                  5000
MaxConnIdleTime                 900
MaxPageSize                     10000
MaxQueryDuration                        120
MaxTempTableSize                        10000
MaxResultSetSize                        262144
MinResultSets                   0
MaxResultSetsPerConn                    0
MaxNotificationPerConn                  5
MaxValRange                     1500

Even with these set (used q and q to set), the LDP tool for 2008 R2 stiill returns only first 1000 deleted objects. I have also tried setting the option to extended and page but nothing seems to work.

Have also tried setting the options to the same within the LDP tool.

Anyone suggest how this can be achieved in 2008 R2 ? Thanks

Running both LDP and NTDSUTIL as domain administrator.
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TasmantConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Look instead in ldp.exe
Go to Options/general : here you have the number of max child items set to 1000 by default.
Else, in Options/Search : here you have the maximum size set to 1000 by default.

Try to change these values and you should be able to retrieve more than 1000 objects. (maybe set to 0 to retrieve all of them)
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TheGeezer2010Author Commented:
Perfect - thanks very much

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Looked everywhere for answer to this so kudos for this
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