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How can I retrieve list of Active Directory users
You can use a PrincipalSearcher and a "query-by-example" principal to do your searching: // create your domain context using (PrincipalContext ctx = new PrincipalContext(ContextType.Domain)) { // define a "query-by-example" principal - here, we search for a UserPrincipal // and with the first name (GivenName) of "Bruce" UserPrincipal qbeUser = new UserPrincipal(ctx); qbeUser.GivenName = "Bruce"; // create your principal searcher passing in the QBE principal PrincipalSearcher srch = new PrincipalSearcher(qbeUser); // find all matches foreach(var found in srch.FindAll()) { // do whatever here - "found" is of type "Principal" - it could be user, group, computer..... } } If you haven't already - absolutely read the MSDN article Managing

Categories : Dotnet

List users in active directory domain AND subdomain
You can query the global catalog. It contains a read-only, searchable, partial representation of every object in every domain in a multidomain Active Directory forest. The GC operates on port 3268 ( standard ldap ) and 3269 ( SSL ldap ). Simply connect to any of your domain controllers on one of the above two ports and your search will be automatically directed to the GC server. To perform any modifications, though, you will have to send such request to a domain controller for that particular domain the object belongs to.

Categories : C#

Invocation error saving a list of users in Active Directory
If you are using impersonation, you need to be sure that the impersonated user has sufficient permissions to modify/create objects in active directory. This will almost never be the case if the impersonated user is not a domain admin or does not have custom permissions set. I would suggest you ditch impersonation and either run the application pool as a domain account that has limited permissions in active directory (think least-privilege here, give it only the permissions it needs to do its job), or create an impersonation context in code manually with a domain account that has the same restrictions as the proposed application pool account. There are a couple of links in this SO answer that may help you out with impersonating another user in code.

Categories : C#

Active Directory VBScript Get Users shared mailbox list
Worked it out... delegateList = objUser.Get("publicDelegatesBL") For Each Desc In delegateList Set objMailbox = GetObject("LDAP://" & desc) WScript.Echo " " & objMailbox.DisplayName Next

Categories : Vbscript

SQL Server Security: prevent authorized Active Directory users from reading data
See the first answer in this StackOverflow post. As the author says there isn't any total solution, you'll always have a compromise. In my opinion user impersonation is the way to go.

Categories : SQL

ASP.NET: Disallow certain Active Directory users
I'd put the restricted department users into an AD Group, then you could put it in your web.config under authorizations denying that specific group privileges. See below for example (DepartmentIDs would be your AD group): <?xml version="1.0"?> <configuration> <system.web> <compilation debug="true" /> <authentication mode="Windows" /> <authorization> <allow roles="DomainNameAuthorizedUsers" /> <deny users="DomainNamesDepartmentIDs" /> </authorization> </system.web> </configuration> Users you can also specify as <deny users="comma-separated list of users"> Or you can deny roles. There are quite a few options here. You can also do permissions in IIS

Categories : Asp Net

Modifying Users in Active Directory
Something like this should work: Const ADS_PROPERTY_APPEND = 3 dn = "cn=YoungRob,ou=R&D,dc=NA,dc=fabrikam,dc=com" isMember = False 'check regular group memberships For Each m In objGroup.GetEx("member") If LCase(m) = LCase(dn) Then isMember = True Exit For End If Next 'check primary group primaryGroupID = GetObject(dn).Get("primaryGroupID") objGroup.GetInfoEx Array("primaryGroupToken"), 0 If primaryGroupID = objGroup.Get("primaryGroupToken") Then isMember = True If Not isMember Then objGroup.PutEx ADS_PROPERTY_APPEND, "member", Array(dn)

Categories : Vbscript

Insert users into Active Directory
Here's a general idea of the algorithm: Load user data from SQL Server Convert it into an LDIF (LDAP Data Interchange Format) file Import the LDIF file into Active Directory using the LDIFDE command-line tool Python, or any other programming language, can help you with step 2. Notice that the details of the conversion are very specific to how your data is represented. You'll have to carefully map each data base field into an LDAP attribute, and determine the classes to be used in the LDAP objects. Will the above modify existing users? yes, of course. You could write the LDIF in such a way that it updates the existing data, or if that's a problem you could verify first if an user exists in the Active Directory and don't add those changes to the LDIF file. Alternatively You could use

Categories : Python

Returning all the Users from the current Active Directory
You must have link for this action like follow: /CurrentController/Details?id=1 So, for example you can write ActionLink as follow: <a href="@Url.Action("Details", "ControllerName", new { id = 1})" role="button" data- toggle="modal">

Categories : Asp Net

Getting deleted users by lastknownparent in windows active directory using c#
Maybe I'm a little bit late but I hope this answer will help. Just replace ADEL with \0ADEL in your LDAP query. By the way, this rule applies to every attribute with dn syntax.

Categories : C#

Using active directory to authenticate users on intranet site
If you are looking only for authentication and nothing else, you may get away with only a few lines of code. First, ensure you have ldap enabled in your php. Here's pure php implementation: (note that when doing it this way you should ensure that you DO HAVE a username and a password from a user - anonymous binding will almost always return true for AD) $link = ldap_connect('domain.com'); // Your domain or domain server if(! $link) { // Could not connect to server - handle error appropriately } ldap_set_option($link, LDAP_OPT_PROTOCOL_VERSION, 3); // Recommended for AD // Now try to authenticate with credentials provided by user if (! ldap_bind($link, 'username@domain.com', 'SomeSecret')) { // Invalid credentials! Handle error appropriately } // Bind was successful - continue

Categories : PHP

VBS Active Directory (2003) Move users from one set of groups to another
If all you want is transfer group members from each Sync group to the correspondig Mig group, something like this should do: Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Set userlist = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary") userlist.CompareMode = vbTextCompare Set f = fso.OpenTextFile("users.txt") Do Until f.AtEndOfStream userlist.Add f.ReadLine, True Loop f.Close domain = GetObject("LDAP://rootDSE").Get("defaultNamingContext") For i = 1 To 20 n = Right("0" & i, 2) Set gSync = GetObject("LDAP://CN=Sync" & n & ",OU=Huset," & domain) Set gMig = GetObject("LDAP://CN=Mig" & n & ",OU=Huset," & domain) For Each m In gSync.Members Set user = GetObject(m.ADsPath) If userlist.Exists(user.sAMAccountName) Then gMig.Add(m.ADsPath) gS

Categories : Vbscript

Use Windows Azure Active Directory to register new users for MVC 4 website
I don't believe it is the user that has to be registered first. It is the application that holds the permissions to read/write to WAAD. If the application is registered in WAAD, and contains the necessary write permissions, then the app and query WAAD and add new users to the directory.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Active Directory: find details of users in group without mass search
You could utilize an ANR search for some of those attributes For more information, see this article - the functionality has been there since 2000: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/243299 In order to search for other attributes not in the default set, you'd need to tweak the schema (which may not be suitable in your situation).

Categories : C#

ASP.NET MembershipProvider - SQL Server vs. Active Directory
Your question is unanswerable, as "performance" depends greatly upon many factors.. for instance, network speed, network latency, network saturation, the power of your AD server vs your SQL Server, the disk subsystems in use in either, etc... There is no way to say one way or the other without thoroughly evaluating each environment, and even at that point, you should just benchmark each and determine what works best for you. In most cases, though.. the decision between sql vs ad has nothing to do with performance, and has to do with the features offered by each. I would strongly doubt you have 100,000 users in your active directory, as that would cost a millions of dollars in licensing costs.

Categories : Asp Net

Get computers list from certain OU in active directory?
From the online help page try using -SearchBase filter C:PS>Get-ADComputer -LDAPFilter "(name=*laptop*)" -SearchBase "CN=Computers,DC=Fabrikam,DC=com"

Categories : Powershell

Allow users to upload files from server directory
I am answering this myself, but I won't mark it correct, because I don't like my answer. I hope someone else finds this, and offers a better solution. I am now using two file inputs with the user being able to choose either:   a. To upload from their desktop (as normally is the case) with the first input   or:   b. Select from a pseudo list of files from a directory on the server that has been populated with PHP scandir(), and then responding to their select with javascript. It works, but I don't like it, because generating a view for a directory full of images is resource intensive, and because it requires extra coding even after that as they are not selecting a file through native browser file dialogues. Feel free to offer a better solution.

Categories : PHP

get distinct list of cities from Active Directory via ldap
you need to perform a paged search operation to return more data than the default 1000 limit per query. Paged search works so that it still gets 1000 items per query but the server remembers where your search stopped, sends you a cookie and you can use this cookie later for subsequent search requests. The server will then return another 1000 items, and so on, until the server returns empty cookie -> the resultset is complete. This usually takes some amount of code to get all things right. I would recommend that if you plan to do more with ldap take a look at some well-established libraries for php, like adLDAP or AD-X. As for the search query itself, I recommend going the following way: You perform a search for all users who have the l attribute filled in: (&(objectcategory=person)

Categories : PHP

Poor Performance when logging into SQL Server using Active Directory in Win Forms C#
I was just going to add a comment, but it got long. Now its here. Anyhew. When you provide credentials to SQL Server directly it can perform its own authentication and return. However, when you specify AD credentials SQL Server then has to do another round trip to the Domain Controller to confirm your credentials (although technically I think you are actually passing a token. Anyway). My 2c.

Categories : C#

c# connecting to Active Directory over ssl give ldap server unavailable
LdapConnection ldapConnection = new LdapConnection(server + ":" + port); ldapConnection.AuthType = AuthType.Basic; ldapConnection.Credential = new System.Net.NetworkCredential(username, password); ldapConnection.SessionOptions.ProtocolVersion = 3; if (sslEnabled) { ldapConnection.SessionOptions.SecureSocketLayer = sslEnabled; } This is what I did and I am able to connect to AD over SSL. You said you have Java program connecting to the same server over SSL. Are you running the Java program from the same machine as your c#? if not and in case of a self signed certificate in AD, install that certificate in your client machine and try.

Categories : Dotnet

how to make wcf service hosted in iis access another server active directory
Ok, given the information you gave the problem is the following. The user you use to create the context doesn't have the enough permissions to perform these tasks. You need to grant permissions to this user on he OU the users are created in and all problems should go away. Check this post for more information on the subject http://serverfault.com/questions/190566/what-permissions-are-needed-for-a-helpdesk-admin-to-create-users-in-ad

Categories : C#

Disabling SSL Certificate Validation for Active Directory server using spring-ldap 1.3.1
Well, Thanks to Darren Hauge for providing a tricky solution that will not care about ssl certificate. Rewriting the solution here : public static void trustSelfSignedSSL() { try { SSLContext ctx = SSLContext.getInstance("TLS"); X509TrustManager tm = new X509TrustManager() { public void checkClientTrusted(X509Certificate[] xcs, String string) throws CertificateException { } public void checkServerTrusted(X509Certificate[] xcs, String string) throws CertificateException { } public X509Certificate[] getAcceptedIssuers() { return null; } }; ctx.init(null, new TrustManager[]{tm}, null); SSLContext.setDefault(ctx); } catch (Exception ex) { ex.printStackTrace(); } } All we need to create a utility class

Categories : Java

How to create online users list using webrtc and nodejs on the server end
Node.js code: var users = {}; io.sockets.on('connection', function (socket) { socket.emit('connect', true); socket.on('message', function (data) { socket.broadcast.emit('message', data); }); socket.on('new-user', function (username) { users[username] = username; }); socket.on('check-presence', function (username) { var isUserPresent = !! users[username]; socket.emit('presence', isUserPresent); }); socket.on('remove-user', function (username) { var user = users[username]; if (user) delete users[username]; }); }); This may also work (node.js): var users = {}; io.sockets.on('connection', function (socket) { var UserName; socket.emit('connect', true); socket.on('message', function (data) {

Categories : Node Js

For a Ruby CLI, what is the most reliable way to change directory to users root/home directory?
To summarize Avdi Grimm's screencast on the same subject, If you're using a Ruby version greater than 1.9, the Dir module provides a method #home. However, this depends on the environment variable HOME set on the user's shell session. To reliably get the home dir, you should pass in the login name of the current user to the Dir.home command. Or, in code: # Works if HOME is set in the environment i.e., if "echo $HOME" returns the home directory # when that command is run on the command-line Dir.home # => /Users/<username>, Works if HOME is set # If the HOME environment variable is not set, you should explicitly pass in the username # of the currently logged-in user Dir.home(username) # => /Users/<username> # The current username can be obtained using username

Categories : Ruby

How to set gecos attribute in Active Directory using directory services(C#)
I finally found the way to access the attribute. Instead of using directly the DirectoryEntry to connect to the LDAP such as : DirectoryEntry DEBase = new DirectoryEntry("LDAP://" + DomaineName); I used DirectoryContext context = new DirectoryContext(DirectoryContextType.Domain, domaineName)); DirectoryEntry dERoot = System.DirectoryServices.ActiveDirectory.Domain.GetDomain(context).GetDirectoryEntry(); Then I have no problem accessing the gecos attribute

Categories : C#

How can I list the files in a directory on ftp server?
You can do it using the following code: reqFTP = (FtpWebRequest)FtpWebRequest.Create(new Uri(sUri)); reqFTP.UseBinary = true; reqFTP.Credentials = new NetworkCredential(sFtpUserID, sFtpPassword); reqFTP.Method = WebRequestMethods.Ftp.ListDirectory; reqFTP.Proxy = null; reqFTP.KeepAlive = false; reqFTP.UsePassive = false; response = reqFTP.GetResponse(); reader = new StreamReader(response.GetResponseStream()); string line = reader.ReadLine(); while (line != null) { result.Append(line); result.Append(" "); line = reader.ReadLine(); }

Categories : C#

Active admin default links only for certain users
So I figured this out. It wasn't too bad, I just had to go about the problem differently. Just add this method to application_controller.rb def require_can_download_for_csv raise unless current_admin_user.can_download? end And then add this to your active_admin initializer: config.before_filter :require_can_download_for_csv And that's it!

Categories : Ruby On Rails

How to display a dropdown of selected users in active admin?
You almost got it, I would recommend doing the SQL logic in your User model (create a method that would pass in a company name) or use a scope. def self.users_with_company(company) User.joins(:company).where("companies.name = ?", company) end Then in your edit action on your controller call your new method: @user_with_companies = User.users_with_company(params[:company][:name]) then: :collection => @user_with_companies.map .. .etc.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Active Record: Users who have not created Events since X date
Here is a break up about how to achieve this. Select all users for all events that were created since a given date Select all users who are not in the above set subquery = Event.select("user_id").where("created_at >= :start_date", {start_date: params[:start_date]}).to_sql; User.where("id NOT IN (#{subquery})") Hope this helps.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Java Group Chat Application: Knowing if groups have users currently active
You could have an arraylist for every group that holds the names of every player in that group. Then you could easily get the names of people in the group and the number of people in it. so if you have a class named Group you could have something like: class Group { private ArrayList<String> users; // or instead of String if you have a User class use that public Group(Type par) { users = new ArrayList<String>(); } public static void addUser(String userName) { users.add(userName); updateUsers(); } public static void removeUser(String userName) { for(int i = 0; i < users.size(); i++) { if(users.get(i).equalsIgnoreCase(userName)) { users.remove(i); } } updateU

Categories : Java

integration between active directory and EPM
The latest version of the /n software BizTalk Adapters includes an LDAP Adapter that can be used to access active directory http://www.nsoftware.com/products/biztalk/adapters/ldap.aspx

Categories : Dotnet

php Active Directory lookup
I think this filter should work: (&(objectClass=user)(sAMAccountName=yourUserName) (memberof=CN=YourGroup,OU=Users,DC=YourDomain,DC=com)) Well I am sure this could be tuned to work for you. -jim

Categories : PHP

Searching Active Directory using Sid
You can bind to an object directly given its SID like this: var entry = new DirectoryEntry("LDAP://<SID=S-your-sid-here>"); Both SID and sAMAccountName are unique in the domain.

Categories : C#

Accessing Active Directory using C
If you are looking for other option other than openldap on Windows. You can try winldap, for more info you can visit their msdn page, there are some examples too which can help you. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa367033(v=vs.85).aspx

Categories : C

Return value from Active Directory
FindName returns a string but you never use it anywhere string result = FindName(account); you can then use the local variable result inside your bExport_Click method as you wish

Categories : C#

C# Active Directory authentication
I am not sure I understand AngularJS angle. If I had a regular WCF service I would use WindowsIdentity from ServiceSecurityContext.Current. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.servicemodel.servicesecuritycontext.aspx ServiceSecurityContext securityContext = ServiceSecurityContext.Current; if (securityContext == null) throw new Exception("Failed to retrieve Service Security Context"); WindowsIdentity identity = securityContext.WindowsIdentity; currentUser.name = identity.Name

Categories : C#

Scripting Log On To Attribute in Active Directory
if you install adsiedit it will help you get the appropriate LDAP string to use. it's easy to get tripped up with this stuff, so i'd verify that the object you're looking for really is located where you think it is. for instance, i open adsiedit.msc (by ctrl+r adsiedit.msc enter) right click, choose connect to. then under computer i choose default. then i hit ok. i can then dig around the folder structure of AD for the object (person) i'm looking for. in my AD Schema, my user account can be navigated to using LDAP://CN=greenierb,OU=TSG,OU=Users,OU=Accounts,OU=Boston,OU=Offices,DC=domain,DC=com which is the reverse of the folder structure you navigate through in adsiedit (from the bottom of the hierachy (ie the user) up).

Categories : Vbscript

how to check the username in Active Directory in WPF
Your process has to be run under active directory user otherwise you should provide also active directory user credentials when creating PrincipalContext. This is simple code to find user by userName: var context = new PrincipalContext(ContextType.Domain, "yourDomainHost"); var userInfo = UserPrincipal.FindByIdentity(context, userName); EDIT: if you need to use directory searcher you can try this method: bool ContainsUser(string domain, string userName) { string ldapBase = string.Format("LDAP://{0}", domain); // in case if process is not running under AD user use: new DirectoryEntry(ldapBase, "userName", "password") using (var entry = new DirectoryEntry(ldapBase)) { using (var searcher = new DirectorySearcher(entry))

Categories : Wpf

Account to query the active directory
You can explore an external active directory domain just providing a valid user of that domain to query the domain server to the DirectoryEntry object. string adUser = "DomainUser"; string adPass = "DomainUserPassword"; string path = "LDAP://x.x.x.x"; // Here goes your Domain Server IP. DirectoryEntry rootEntry = new DirectoryEntry(path, adUser, adPass); DirectorySearcher ds = new DirectorySearcher(rootEntry );

Categories : C#

MVC2 Active Directory Authentication
I think the solution is in the Authentication type. Originally, I was using the following: IIS Authentication Anonymous: Disabled ASP.NET Impersonation: Disabled Forms: Enabled Windows: Disabled And in my Web.config file I was using Forms authentication. Apparently for Active Directory authentication, the type has to be Windows. Original: <authentication mode="Forms"> <forms loginUrl="~/Account/LogOn" timeout="2880" /> </authentication> Revised: <authentication mode="Windows" /> <authorization> <deny users="?" /> </authorization> I know this worked, but since I'm new to MVC, I could still be missing something.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc



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