I have a user located in the Users OU in AD (CN=Fred, OU=Users, DC=domain, DC=local) . I would like to move that user to the IRC OU (CN=Fred, OU=IRC, DC=domain, DC=local).
The approach I would like to use is something like:
Protected Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click Dim ValUserName As String = Request.QueryString("UserName") Dim ValOU As String = ou.ddl.value [code]....
Plese DO NOT refer me to any of the following, (or any other link). I have been to them all... and then some. I would just appreciate a simple solution to my simple question.
I have read countless forums and found nothing so for so apparently what I need is an unusual request.I need a code snippet that will iterate through an AD domain account and display all properties for a given user.Has anyone ever built such a script?
If there is a code snippet that displays just the available properties of a user object, this would be sufficient. I am trying to build an application to add users to our LDAP and need to populate all our specific values however I don't have the specific property names to populate.
I have disabled anonymous access in IIS. Also i have given Read & write access to the account tang09 for the website virtual directory and Microsoft.NET folder located in windows folder. But still i get prompted for the domain username and password to access the website.
I have developed a web application which has LDAP authentication implemented.When I run the application though visual studio it works fine , LDAP works perfectly and allows if login name and password are correct.
If the same application is hosted on IIS server 6.0, LDAP queries fail to work. What could be the reason for the same ?
I have a web app, right now we use ADFS for SSO. A client says they have other third-party teams use LDAP to achieve this. How do I begin? What will I need to know from them in order to connect? Will I need to ask the user anything when they log in to get the process started?
Using VB2005 and in my code behing I have following query:
[Code]....Value of my select string is: select sAMAccountName, displayName, title, userAccountControl from 'LDAP://DC=Vecelliogroup,DC=COM' where objectCategory = 'User' and title <> ' ' and (userAccountControl <> '66050' and userAccountControl <> '514') and sAMAccountName like '%vg%'
Getting error:System.Data.OleDb.OleDbException: 'ADSDSOObject' failed with no error message available, result code: DB_E_ERRORSINCOMMAND(0x80040E14).
Now, if I leave out the "title" and the "sAMAccountName" from my select it works fine. I am trying to get records where the "title" is not empty and name matches my prefix.
i am trying to get some properties from ldap for the current user logged on. i have the samAccountname but i want to be able to pull the persons position as well but i am not sure how to pull this from LDAP. i have the foolowing code;
string user = Request.ServerVariables["AUTH_USER"].ToString(); string splituser = user.Split( '\' );
DirectorySearcher search = new DirectorySearcher( de );[code]............
but this gives me an arguments out of bound exception,
I created one application, and I need to authenticate local user. This user is the user who is login to his/her Personal Computer.. Main thing his that he/she does not in any DOMAIN... I want NON-DOMAIN authentication.
Is it possible to authenticate a user using userDN and password? If so, then tell me the syntax.So far i have tried to authenticate using username and password from my c# code using directoryentry which takes the parameters like domainname,username and password. But i need to authenticate using Userdn and password.
I want to store a X509 certificate to a user store in Novell viathe ".NET C# LDAP Library" that Novell has developed [URL]I can store different entries like givenName, commonName, mail, description etc. etc. Everythings works fine :)But I can't store a certificate correctly because the final encoding of the certificate will be failed.I've tried to send the entire certificate as HEX and Base64 in strings and bytes but the final encoding will still be failed.
So my question is:Anyone who knows how I should encode the certificate before sending it?
I'm trying to get the groups a user is member of from an Open Ldap using vb.net 3.5.
Although so far I have managed to connect to the ldap server and get the user's info like sn, givenname, description, mail, adspath,
I have absolutely no information about the user's groups.
My code is like this:
Dim oEntry as New DirectoryEntry Dim oSearcher as New DirectorySearcher oEntry = New DirectoryEntry("LDAP://myServer/ou=test, dc=example, dc=com", username, pwd, AuthenticationTypes.ServerBind) oSearcher = New DirectorySearcher(oEntry, "(uid=" & uName & ")") oResult = oSearcher.FindOne() if not oResult is Nothing then Dim ADUser as DirectoryEntry ADUSer = oResult.GetDirectoryEntry() end if
Well, ADUser has no info on user membership whatsoever.
Am I doing something wrong? Should I use System.DirectoryServices.Protocols as I saw someone mentioning instead
of System.DirectoryServices or is .Protocols just for Framework 2.0?
How to authenticate an user against a particular OU in Active Directory. If the AD holds 50 OUs I don't want to look into all 50 OUs , instead it should look into a particular OU( for eg: OU=dotnet users) to authenticate the user.