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Feb 16, 2012 01:16 AM|LINK
Is there a better workaround to the above issue (General Access denied error on Windows 2008 domain controller) than turning off UAC?
I have a c#console application which updates a custom AD field.
When I add my username/password credentials to the DirectoryEntry connection it works fine.
If I don't, it comes up with the General Access Denied error (even though I'm logged in with the saem account).