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I'm trying to schedule a report to look in a few specific OUs. Currently "Look in" location only allows for single instance or multiple drop downs. How do I schedule multiple OU locations without creating multiple reports?

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Hello Al,

Unfortunately, there is no such possibility using report scope. As a solution, you can use the AD object picker parameter instead. The parameter will allow multiple selection and the OUs selected in it will then be used to search objects. The report itself will be generated by a script. For information on how to use parameters in reports, have a look at step 4 of the following tutorial: https://www.adaxes.com/tutorials_ActiveDirectoryManagement_CreateReport.htm. Should you have any issues updating the report accordingly, please, provide us with all the possible details regarding the report itself and we will help you.

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