AD Computers (Enterprise) web query displays Active Directory computer objects, located across multiple Active Directory forests. AD Computers (Enterprise) web query is included in the built-in Enterprise Search container. For more details about Enterprise search configuration see this KB article: https://support.cayosoft.com/hc/en-us/articles/360045325892.
AD Computers (Enterprise) web query settings
AD Forest mapping
You should specify the settings for each target Active Directory forest whose objects you want to search in Web Portal using AD Computers (Enterprise) web query.
Use Query criteria to filter out certain objects by its property values. Query criteria are sent with the query to the target system, so filtering is done by the target system before it returns the result set.
The default value for this setting is specified in the Web query default filter in Active Directory extension settings, where it set to include all objects by default.
Tip: For different samples on the criteria builder, see KB20180410-1.
Properties to display
Specify properties to display as columns in the web query result grid.
The default columns set for the web query is defined in the Active Directory extension Customize Columns section.
To display additional columns, add the required properties to the Properties to display list.
Other required properties
Advanced setting to define the list of properties required for this rule to be executed correctly.
Specify additional filter conditions to hide unwanted data based on criteria, not supported by Active Directory query.
For example, to filter out objects by the part of their Distinguished Name.
Tip: For optimal performance, use Query criteria above to filter objects whenever possible.
Disable partial name search
Use this setting to improve search performance removing part of the filter by name.
|Other Query Settings
|Specify property to sort the result object list.
Web Actions tab
For details please see this article: Re-arranging Web Queries actions – Cayosoft Help Center.
The query is introduced in the product.