How can I add one more group to my LDAP Query?


I was wondering if someone can help me out by showing how to add one more group to my LDAP Query.
Currently this LDAP Query is pulling users from the "test" group inside the "Glinse" OU. The problem is that
I'm trying to make it pull from another group as well name "users" inside the "Glinse" OU but I'm not able to figure it out. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Mike KlineCommented:
Do you want it to pull users if they are in group A and group B

or users who are in group A or group B

the answer is a bit different so that is why I'm asking the follow up.


techin4Author Commented:
Hi Mike,

I would like for it to pull users both in groups A and B. The reason is one group will be Administrators while the 2nd group will be regular users with read only access. Thanks for your help.
Hi, I haven't tested it, but I think this would work:


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