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OSX Server and AD Groups

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Hello All

OSX Server running 10.7 has a limit on how many AD objects can be searched people say its around the 500 mark... See below link from Apple Support

https://discussions.apple.com/message/22821458#22821458

Looks like people have made a tweek to the system to allow more than 1000 AD objects to be shown.

I cant find anywhere on the web a guide, or even info on how to make this change, would anyone happen to know where I can find the info to fix this issue?

TIA
Danny
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Hi Spravtek

I am, but the MS artical it refers to is for Server 2000 / 2003. Do you know if this would be the same for server 2008 R2?

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