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 want to learn how to add/delete/update account (including adding mail boxes for new users). Can someone point to a good book where I can begin from. I want to start with some real basics and build from there.
I am updating some CS code that was written in 2004, and that references some assemblies which extract user data from AD by query filtering on the user's title. I can't test my updated code in VS2010 because the assemblies no longer compile - the references are no longer valid (I can't create a DirectoryEntry or DirectorySearcher) so I need to work out how to replace the code with current directoryservices.accountmanagement namespace properties and methods. I have searched around but don't seem to be getting anywhere. give me some code that will work with vs 2010 to replicate the following:
I have a problem with saving some data into extensionattribute in AD.There is no problem with saving data into properties like "Mobile" or "SN" but when I try to save data into one of extensionAttribute , for example: extensionAttribute7 , I get an error "The attribute syntax specified to the directory service is invalid".There is no problems of read data from extension Attributes.
I have a requirement to make parts of forms (and sometimes the entire form) read-only based on the user's active-directory group. I already have integrated AD into the dynamic menu, so that users cannot view certain menu itmes based on their AD group - and this is working fine; however, now they want to get down to the control-level on the forms. The first way that comes to mind is for me to just grab the AD groups for the users and then loop through them, and write my own code to make controls read-only or enabled. Is this a good way to do it, or is there another way? Also, while we're on the topic, is there an easy way to protect an entire form, or maybe an entire panel?
I am looking at displaying certain information from Active Directory within an ASP.NET web page/application to allow users of my organisation to update thCe specified fields. I have searched the internet for help and found windows forms based information, but nothing to really help me with ASP.NET, and anything that could possibly be of any assistance to me is written in C#. I have already built a logon form that hands forms based authentication against AD, and now want to display that authenticated user information.
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 a need to send out emails to all the people who are in a given group say "HR Department". I need to be able to get all the emails through a for loop and then as it retrieves I should send emails to them.
this is what I came up with but not sure how to go about writing a for loop to get all the emails in the given group.