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SCCM 2012 trying to set up user collections based on OU membership

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I'm trying to create user collections with a query rule that will add
users based on their AD OU membership.  I've got all the discovery
methods configured I believe (Group and User discovery) but I can't seem
to find a query rule to put in that will do this how I want.  It's
either adding nothing to the collection I create or it's just adding
everyone in AD.  So somewhere I"m missing a step.  I've tried reading
over some of the other posts about this on other forums but they all seem to be about
SCCM '07 and when I try to follow their directions I'm losing something
somewhere and it's not working.  Is there an easier was in '12 to
accomplish what I want?
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Michal_Zyzak earned 620 total points
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Hi,

If you’re trying to create a collection with given OU Name, you will only get to select from a list of OUs that are not empty.
So first populate the OU. Wait for replication to execute and try to create a collection again.
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