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LDAP Search String in windows2003

Posted on 2011-03-25
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i have an active directory domain
abc.com  within i have ou=usa under that ou=ny then siite ou=nyc

i put this seach string as below
ou=nyc,ou=ny,ou=usa,DC=abc,DC=com

some reason the printer finds some users by both first and last name, but can not find fw users by first name. it finds the user by last name.

all the users are in same OU
how do i fix this?
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arnold earned 500 total points
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What is your complete query?
you need to surround the name with *nametobefound* as the search parameter
dsquery user -name *name* "ou=nyc,ou=ny,ou=usa,DC=abc,DC=com"
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i do not know much about LDAP and left it as it is .
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