Total count of records selected

Hi,

I need to find out the total count of records selected.

select IssueID
from SelectedDepartment 
where DepartmentImpactedID in (2,51) 
and (CreatedDate >= '01/17/2014' 
and CreatedDate <= '07/16/2014') 
Group by IssueID

the output that I have right now is this: 

IssueID
644
645
650
652
753

The output that I am looking for is this: 

TotalCountOfRecordFound
5

So, how am I going to change my query to get me this output?

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lulu50Asked:
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sdstuberCommented:
select IssueID, count(*) over()
from SelectedDepartment
where DepartmentImpactedID in (2,51)
and (CreatedDate >= '01/17/2014'
and CreatedDate <= '07/16/2014')
Group by IssueID
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lulu50Author Commented:
Great!!!!

Thank you sdstuber
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Thank you
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