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i am trying to export user using ldifde but command doesn't return anything

here is the command
ldifde –i -f 1.ldf -s domaincontrolname

and here is my 1.lfd file attached

somebody can tell me what is wrong

 
 1.txt 1.txt 1.txt
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I already got the command from that web site
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thnak you for the points
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