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Posted on 2012-03-23
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Gentlemen,

I have a problem, I need to modify some fields depending on the personnel office

I want basically the following
Dsquery user “DC=comerc,DC=local” | dsget user –office (e queria colocar para filtrar o conteúdo do campo Office)

Grateful
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Sorry couldn't quite understand

e queria colocar para filtrar o conteúdo do campo Office

Regards,
Exchange_Geek
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You've posted the query you're using, but not the action that you want to execute afterwards.

Post the full question...

P.S. dsmod is the command to update ad attributes from the command line.
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hi man

you can do it on the active directory management

create a new saved queries and there you can setup many another query and it is the easy way to set

thank you
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