Trying to obtain memberof detail from linux ldapsearch command

Hello,

I am trying run an LDAP query from a Linux machine (CentOS 5.8) to a Windows LDAP server and want to get 'memberof' detail for a user. In this example, the  Domain is cm.loc and the user is admin1@cm.loc. Here is the ldapsearch syntax I am using. It returns an error.
Can someone point me in the right direction with what the correct syntax should be using ldapsearch to query for memberof detail for a particular account?

Here is what I am using that returns error;  "ldap search ext bad search filter 7"

ldapsearch –x –h 192.168.1.20 –b 'DC=cm,DC=loc' -s base –D 'admin1@cm.loc' -W '(&(objectCategory=Group)(|(memberOf=group1)(memberOf=group2)…))'


Thank You
Charlie_MelegaAsked:
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
Hi, please provide your complete query, the error message has "7" which doesn't show in the query you've posted.
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Charlie_MelegaAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the quick reply. Here is a screenshot of the full ldapsearch query I attempt to run with the error referenced:

 ldap query fail
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
The 3 dots at the end of your filter are not correct, you should remove them. You've probably found them in an example, right?
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Charlie_MelegaAuthor Commented:
yes, i went ahead and removed them and also tried to modify the member of detail so the syntax was correct but still no luck;


ldap_query_fail2
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