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dsget - the object class of the target does not match the one specified on the command line

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Hi Guys,

When i run this command:

dsquery group -name "remoteaccessemployee" | dsget group -members -expand | dsget user -fn -ln > h:\remoteaccesseployee.txt

i get this error message the object class of the target does not match the one specified on the command line.

Please help!

Thanks,
k
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Your issue is that your dsquery is returning an empty list dsget group -members -expand has no information on which to get anything and is returning the error.  If the members expand also returns an empty set later on, you will get a similar error from the dsget user query.
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you probably want to run the dsquery on its own to see the result set returned.

Also remember you can wildcard dsquery  e.g. dsquery group -name "*remot*cc*s*"
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