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 +====== LdapSearch examples ======
 +
 +The following examples are taking from various ldapsearch queries on Small Business Server 2003.
 +
 +===== Get a user from Active Directory =====
 +
 +<​code>​
 +ldapsearch -x -LLL -D '​CN=Administrator,​CN=Users,​DC=Domain,​DC=local'​ -W -H ldap://​ad.example.com:​389 -b '​OU=SBSUsers,​OU=Users,​OU=MyBusiness,​DC=Domain,​DC=local'​ -s sub '​(sAMAccountName=jean-kevin)'​
 +</​code>​
 +
 +  * the "​-x"​ switch enables simple authentication,​ instead of SASL
 +  * -LLL is just a display switch, to get LDIF information only, without comments
 +  * -D is the DN of the user used to bind to the LDAP server, -W will prompt for password on the command line
 +  * -H is the address of the LDAP server
 +  * -b is the base of the search (where it will start), can be anywhere in the tree. Lower is better to filter the search.
 +  * -s sub indicates we want to search in the leaves
 +  * the last parameter is the filter in ldap filter format
 +
 +
 +===== Get the security groups a user is a member of =====
 +
 +<​code>​
 +ldapsearch -x -LLL -D '​CN=Administrator,​CN=Users,​DC=Domain,​DC=local'​ -W -H ldap://​ad.example.com:​389 -b '​OU=Security Groups,​OU=MyBusiness,​DC=Domain,​DC=local'​ -s sub '​(&​(objectClass=group)(member=CN=Jean-Kevin De La Motte,​OU=SBSUsers,​OU=Users,​OU=MyBusiness,​DC=Domain,​DC=local))'​
 +</​code>​
 +
  
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