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I have setup a form to allow HR to edit some details on AD accounts. Currently the scope is limted to only AD object under one pre-chosen OU.

The other option is an ldap filter.

How can I allow this action to display user accounts from two seperate OU

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Hello,

Unfortunately, there is no such possibility. As a solution, you can set an Active Directory property for the users to a specific value and then use it in an LDAP filter for the Web Interface action.

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Thank you, I will create seperate web links to manage users in seperate OUs Regards,

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