How to do a Saved Query with AD to display the members of a particular group?

Posted on 2011-10-27
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I want to do a saved Query within ADUC to display all the members of a particular Group in the right column.

What is the query string for this?
Question by:Admin_Stooge
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    Accepted Solution

    In the custom search use

    memberof=DN of your group here

    I've attached an example


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    by:Jamie McKillop

    Right-click Saved Queries and Select New-Query. Give it a name then click Define Query. Select Custom Search. Click Field and select User-Member Of. Set the Condition to Is (exactly) and type the name of the group in the Value field. Click Add. Click OK.


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