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Binding to Active Directory: AD Connections De-mystified, Part 5

Note: This series covers Active Directory connection strings, often referred to as bind paths, with the goal of simplifying the process of creating an AD bind path. A significant amount of the information for this series comes from the wonderful AD programming book, The .NET Developer’s Guide to Directory Services Programming, by Ryan Dunn and Joe Kaplan. The LDAP ADsPath article

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Binding to Active Directory: AD Connections De-mystified, Part 4

Note: This series covers Active Directory connection strings, often referred to as bind paths, with the goal of simplifying the process of creating an AD bind path. A significant amount of the information for this series comes from the wonderful AD programming book, The .NET Developer’s Guide to Directory Services Programming, by Ryan Dunn and Joe Kaplan. The LDAP ADsPath article

Binding to Active Directory: AD Connections De-mystified, Part 3

Note: This series covers Active Directory connection strings, often referred to as bind paths, with the goal of simplifying the process of creating an AD bind path. A significant amount of the information for this series comes from the wonderful AD programming book, The .NET Developer’s Guide to Directory Services Programming, by Ryan Dunn and Joe Kaplan. The LDAP ADsPath article

Binding to Active Directory: AD Connections De-mystified, Part 2

Note: This series covers Active Directory connection strings, often referred to as bind paths, with the goal of simplifying the process of creating an AD bind path. A significant amount of the information for this series comes from the wonderful AD programming book, The .NET Developer’s Guide to Directory Services Programming, by Ryan Dunn and Joe Kaplan. The

Binding to Active Directory: AD Connections De-mystified, Part 1

Note: This series covers Active Directory connection strings, often referred to as bind paths, with the goal of simplifying the process of creating an AD bind path. A significant amount of the information for this series comes from the wonderful AD programming book, The .NET Developer’s Guide to Directory Services Programming, by Ryan Dunn and Joe Kaplan. The LDAP ADsPath article

Updating the country Attribute in Active Directory

Active Directory stores most of the commonly-used attributes internally in a string syntax, including most naming and address attributes as well as many organizational attributes. The process used to programatically update string attributes is usually very straightforward and merely requires you update the attribute value and then commit the changes to the directory. Ah, but

Presentation Links: Free Active Directory Tools and Tips

WebAD is presenting today at the 17th Annual Technology Planning Conference for Region 10 of the Texas Education Service Center (ESC) in Richardson, Texas. The presentation highlights free tools and technologies that can help K-12 school districts manage their Active Directory environment, especially the automated creation, moving and deletion of student user accounts. Check out

LDAP Filtering ADSI Resource

Here’s another great website and tool that focuses on LDAP filters, Microsoft Active Directory, and ADSI scripting.  It’s a great LDAP Filtering ADSI resource. http://www.selfadsi.org

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