I am giving some tips for using the ldp.exe in Active Directory.
Close ADSI Edit as well and open hours ldp.exe tool that can always find under C: \ Program Files \ Support Tools. ldp.exe will allow us to experience what we have said so far, it'll make it through a connection to the LDAP server and a query, our goal is to get as result a list of the groups they belong to class objects user in a specific Organizational Unit (Domain Users). Believe me ... becomes more difficult to describe that to do so. After opening ldp.exe Go to the Connection menu, and select Connect, you will next be prompted to enter some data, normally need only enter the address of a Domain Controller. In my case insert localhost because I'm working on the same Domain Controller. Appear on the screen some log messages and you will immediately see if the connection was successful. The only connection to the LDAP server, fortunately not enough to get information, you should now establish a complete binding using a domain user account authorized. Connection menu, select the Bind entry, enter the required information and then press the OK button. Again, some log messages to confirm the successful operation. Once that's done you will have the binding ability to use all the commands available under the Browse menu, for this example will only use the Search function ... select it.