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Need to test a LDAP query, how?

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Hi, need to do some LDAP query testing like this to a Windows 2008 server

(&(|(objectClass=User)(objectClass=person)(objectclass=group))(|(mail=*@domain.local))(!(userAccountControl:dn:1.2.840.113556.1.4.803:=2)))

This would give me a list of users, but I cant find any program to enter a query, i have found some LDAP browsers but they only give me the schema.
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You can use Active Directory Users and Computers mmc console. Open it --> then right click on Saved Queries --> New --> Query --> Define Query --> Choose Custom Search in Find drop down list --> Click on Advanced --> Paste your query and save it. Close the New Query window and it will run.
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