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Hi,

I need a shell script to export the users from AD to a file.

I tryed this scritp but when I run the script the system show the message:

Additional information: 0000208F: LdapErr: DSID-0C090654, comment: Error processing name, data 0, vece

ldapsearch -LLL  -h $ADDSERVER:389 -D $EMAIL_SERVER -w $PASSWD_SERVER -b \"$DOMINIO_SERVER\" -E pr=100000/noprompt

If I change the variables and execute the command, It's work fine.

I tryed:
 command="ldapsearch -LLL  -h $ADDSERVER:389 -D $EMAIL_SERVER -w $PASSWD_SERVER -b \"$DOMINIO_SERVER\" -E pr=100000/noprompt"

echo command

And paste the result in the prompt and worked very well.

Anyone knows what is the problem?:q!
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When issuing as a command directly, you don't want to put backslashes before the quotes. i.e. \"$DOMINIO_SERVER\" should be "$DOMINIO_SERVER"
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try with wbinfo command.
#wbinfo -u (Lists all domain users from windows domain)
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