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 From: Eric den Doop
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 Eric den Doop
 To: Pete Sass
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 Pete Sass
Subject: RE: User information in Windows 2000 AD
Thread ID: 21585 Message ID: 22236 # Views: 4 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 7 Category: Operating Systems
Date: Saturday, April 12, 2003 11:54:51 AM         

> Hi,
> Been playing with AD and I do not know what information you require???
> I have setup a AD console with users and group snap-ins. If you do not
> know how to do this see your network adminstrator, as a course in AD is
> past the scope of this reply.
> You will notice you have an export option when you right-click on the
> users, or group level objects in AD. From this you can export the information
> to a achii file. Once in a AD.txt format you can append from with a correct
> table structure and bring the information into a VFP table.
> I ended up taking a week long course in Win2000 Active Directory and now
> can get my mind around this. You are dealing with an OOP's OS and and
> OOP's database (the actual AD catalog on your domain controllers). Buy the
> way, hope you got two domain controllers .... !
> What I have as yet not found out is how I can access the AD from within VFP
> in real time. Do not know if this is possibly, but at least I got some data out
> and usable in VFP tables.
> Pete from the Great White North. (Only in Canada, ay.) Over and Out ...

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User information in Windows 2000 Active directory Posted by jijo david @ 3/26/2003 10:21:16 AM
User information in Windows 2000 AD "Any Ideas ?" Posted by Pete Sass @ 4/11/2003 2:41:22 AM
User information in Windows 2000 AD "Some info" Posted by Pete Sass @ 4/12/2003 2:53:38 AM
RE: User information in Windows 2000 AD Posted by Eric den Doop @ 4/12/2003 11:54:51 AM