the following AD saved query shows me all users (enabled and disabled) in an specific group:
How can i change the query to show me only disabled users in that group?
- Edited by Abnermz Wednesday, July 31, 2013 4:11 PM
You can create a query for disabled users. Please see the detailed steps in following article:http://www.windowsecurity.com/articles-tutorials/windows_2003_security/Using-Saved-Queries.html
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To create a query, you only need to be at the Saved Queries node within the Active Directory Users and Computers console. By right clicking on the Saved Queries node, you have the option to create a new query. This action will open up the New Query dialog box, which is where you will have the opportunity to configure this specific query.
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I appreciate the link with basic information about saved queries. It is not difficult to create queries based on the fields you have available to choose from the query window. But it gets interesting when some fields are not shown in the window.
I'm looking for a way to add a filter to this query to show ONLY disabled users who are members of this group.
Any idea on how to do it?