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How to find the LDAP values for our domain

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* LDAPActive Directory* server 2012 r2 LDAP
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Hi
I have installed VAMT on a Windows 2012 server. VAMT is not discovering Windows 10 PCs in the network, when I look up through “Search for computers in the Active Directory”
I was given the following link to do a discovery using a custom LDAP query to bring in the Windows 10 computers.  
https://gsilt.blogspot.com/2015/10/vamt-not-discovering-windows-10-machines.html

We have 3 local Domain controllers in our network. They are called as ADC-1 ADC-2 and ADC-3
Please let me know how to find the LDAP values that matches my environment.
LDAP://domaincontroller.domain.com/DC=domain,DC=com??sub?(&(objectClass=computer))

From the above values I replaced domaincontroller.domain.com with ADC-1 and tried to do a discovery
LDAP://ADC-1/DC=domain,DC=com??sub?(&(objectClass=computer))

It says Machine discovery has completed. No machines were found matching the search criteria you specified.

Any help to find the LDAP values would be great.
Thanks in advance.
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