Schedule Custom LDAP Queries Reports
Select option under Power Export. This will bring up the Power Export Wizard.

Step 1: Report Selection


  1. Select the report(s) using the checkboxes to the left of the reports. You may select any number of reports to run in a single task.
  2. Click Next to proceed to the next step. You may Click Back button anytime to come back to a previous step.
Step 2: Domain Controller Selection
  1. Specify a domain controller for which you want to generate the selected Custom LDAP Query report. Click Select button to specify a domain controller. The Configuration Settings will be displayed which will allow you to specify a domain controller
  2. Click Next to proceed to the next Step.    

Step 3: Export/E-mail Options

  1. Change the Export or E-mail settings as necessary.
  2. Use Browse button to change the export path.
  3. The export path refers to the destination location where the output file generated should be stored. By default, for each task, a sub-folder with the task name will be created under the specified export path. All selected reports will be exported to a time-stamped folder, in the format "yyyy-mm-dd", under the task name folder. If you want to export to the specified folder instead, then click to clear "Export to time-stamped sub-folder" option.

    Note: Clearing the "Export to time-stamped sub-folder" option will overwrite existing files, if any, in the specified export path. 

  4. Click Additional E-mail Settings button to specify optional e-mail settings as shown below.
  5. Click Next to proceed to the next step.
Step 4: Schedule Settings

  1. Enter a unique name for the task.
  2. The task will run on currently logged on user and set password for the currently logged on user. 
  3. Change the task schedule settings as required.
  4. Click Next to proceed to the next and final step.
Step 5: Summary

  1. This step displays the summary information of the task.
  2. Click Finish to save the task details.
  3. The task will be added to Windows Schedule Tasks and will be displayed in the Scheduled Tasks Manager Window as shown below: