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    hello dears
    i have 1200 users with active i want limited users of view and search full in active directory i want users view special ou (users ,computers) how can i do?
    pls help me.
    thanx

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    Re: queries of active directory

    Originally posted by cisco007 View Post
    hello dears
    i have 1200 users with active i want limited users of view and search full in active directory i want users view special ou (users ,computers) how can i do?
    pls help me.
    thanx
    I'm sorry, I really dont have a clue what you are trying to do.
    Are you trying to show just users / computers in a given OU or are you trying to give certain users permission to search active directory?

    Please make your question clearer (perhaps with an example)

    Tom
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    • #3
      Re: queries of active directory

      thanx for reply.
      for example i limited usb storage for users and i create a group with permision full for special users ,have permission full for usb ,since users search in active directory they can view members allow group usb ,and i dont want users view members any group how i hidden members groups of domain users?

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      • #4
        Re: queries of active directory

        Cisco007, please do not be offended as English is a very difficult language to learn and you are doing pretty well. However you really need to find a friend who has better technical English so you can explain (in your language), the problem what you want to do and have your friend translate from your language to English.

        Otherwise we are going to have a communication mess like this thread.
        http://forums.petri.com/showthread.php?t=11993

        Again, please do not take offence as none is given or intended. We just want to help you solve your problem.
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        • #5
          Re: queries of active directory

          OK, I think I understand (please correct me if I have misinterpreted what you are asking):

          "How do you stop domain users from viewing group membership?"

          What tool are the domain users using to see group memberships?
          Is it for all groups or only for certain ones?

          Tom
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          • #6
            Re: queries of active directory

            thanx dear freiends for reply and sorry i understand english language but i cannot speak very good speak english.
            i find my answer i can stop domain users from viewing group membership with acl for object group i deny domain users from view my private membership group with deny permission list .

            good luck

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            • #7
              Re: queries of active directory

              So have you solved the problem?
              Tom Jones
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