My AD Memberships web query displays the Active Directory groups for which a user is a member. My AD Memberships web query is included in the built-in Self-Service container.
2. Copying of Self-Serfice web queries is not supported.
My AD Memberships web query settings
My AD Memberships web query has common settings with the AD Users web query. For information about My AD Memberships web query settings, please refer to the following article:
Settings specific to My Memberships web query
|Limit scope to this Domain or OU
Starting from the 8.4.0 version the default value for this setting is Not Used. This value should not be changed in order for users from different managed domains in different forests can see their AD groups' memberships.
Specify which groups to display:
The default setting is All groups for which a user is a member.
Other Query Settings
Usually, rules use query criteria to limit the query search scope. It improves the performance of the executed rule.
Due to PowerShell limitations, it is not possible to use calculated expressions in query criteria. That is the point where the initialization script can help. You can initialize a global variable in this setting and then use it in query criteria.
Important: To use a variable, declared in the initialization script, in the query scope, it must be global: $global:<variable name>.
|Automatically load web query results
Specify if the web query search results should be loaded on navigation without clicking Search.
|The default value for the Limit scope setting has been updated.
|My Memberships web query is renamed to My AD Memberships web query.
|Automatically load web query results setting is added.