using dsquery to filter name sesarch on AD (DOS command on Win7)

hi,

how can you filter for all emp names that start with first name first char of 'R' and last name that has first char of another specific alphabet'..
like
Henry Martin
Herr Marini
Harris Modo
etc

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dsquery * -filter "&(&(objectClass=User)(objectCategory=Person)(givenName=*H*))" -limit 0 -attr name givenName sn sAMAccountName
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NVITCommented:
Try:
(givenName=H*)(sn=M*)

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25112Author Commented:
thanks..
now in the box I need to run this, I don't see dsquery installed.. would you know which checkbox I need to choose in Windows Features to enable?
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25112Author Commented:
thank you. got a chance to test it now.works.. good deal!
appreciate.
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