Question about web.config and

Posted on 2011-10-06
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have a website that allows users to search for machines. In web.config, appsettings tells the site what OU to look at (below is an example.) I have need to display the machines from three different OUs. I have figured out I can use a wildcard % to display all machines in all OUs. However, I cannot figure out how to look at more than but not all. Is there anyway to have it look at FDS.COM/NoAmerica/Computers , FDS.COM/Europe/Computers, FDS.COM/SoAmerica/Computers with some kind of "and" operator?

The person that designed the website is no longer available and I do not work with often. Any guidance would be greatly appreciate.

  <add key="AppMgmt_OU" value="FDS.COM/NoAmerica/Computers"/>
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