karthik-hp Absent Member.
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Is it possible to create an OU in Active Directory through any of OO operations?

While I could see options to create Groups, User or Computer objects, I don't see any hint on how to create an OU using HP operations components. Is it feasible to create OU from HP OO?

 

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank!

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amkale_19 Absent Member.
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Re: Is it possible to create an OU in Active Directory through any of OO operations?

You can create the flow using Base content Pack. Search for Operations with user, Groups, OU name.

 

Refer content path:
Base > Library > Operations > Active Directory > .Net

 

 

-Anand

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Re: Is it possible to create an OU in Active Directory through any of OO operations?

yes you can do , you have many ways to :

 

- Using the suitable command  from AD PowerShell to create the OU and let OO do it

 

- Find the suitable flow in OO to create the OU.

Haytham Hosny
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karthik-hp Absent Member.
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Re: Is it possible to create an OU in Active Directory through any of OO operations?

@Anand

 

Thanks for taking time to analyse and reply.

 

While OO has all operations to search by OU, Computer or to create Group, Computer etc, it doesn't have OU creation ability.

 

@Haytham Hosny

 

Thanks for taking time to analyse and reply.

 

Only PowerShell was the way ahead.

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