Last post Dec 16, 2006 08:36 AM by Jasbits1
Dec 05, 2006 10:03 AM|Jasbits1|LINK
I'm traing to connect to an AD, but I'need first to figure out the path to our site, so can some one explain this.
Lassas I think this is the domain
Question: Is there any way to see what is DC, OU, and is the paht //Server[s192190230]/SE/My Site so I can do searches in Groups and can I list all the Groups in a DropDown
Dec 07, 2006 10:14 AM|Jasbits1|LINK
Is there no one that can get me i right direction, please review this code.
funcSearch.SearchRoot = funcDirectoryEntry()
funcSearch.SearchScope = SearchScope.Subtree
Result = funcSearch.FindAll()
GridView1.DataSource = Result
Dec 07, 2006 12:32 PM|JJ_Berg|LINK
When looking at your Active Directory structure in the tree view, the first object under the folder for Saved Queries should be your domain controller (DC). It has a icon that looks like three servers. An example domain name would be Company.Company.com.
Some companies do not have a dotted notation so it could just be Company.com. Under the domain you'll see folder icons that can represent containers (CN) or organizational units (OU). OU objects have a book picture on top of the folder icon. CN objects
have just a plain folder icon. Another way to tell the difference is by right clicking and choosing properties. An OU will have multiple tabs in the properties window and lots of fields. A CN will only have a description. Objects under OU and CN objects
are typically consider CN objects. Examples would be users and groups. Those are CN objects.
Here is an example of a full LDAP path.
Hope this helps.
Dec 16, 2006 08:36 AM|Jasbits1|LINK