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Powershell : Find the first free computer name in Active Directory
Try something like this: Import-Module ActiveDirectory $computers = Get-ADComputer * | % { $_.Name -replace 'PC' } $i = 1 while ( $computers -contains ("{0:d2}" -f $i) ) { $i++ } $computername = "PC{0:d2}" -f $i echo $computername

Categories : Powershell

PowerShell Command for reset Computer in Active Directory
You could use dsmod: Get-ADComputer -Identity "computername" | % { dsmod computer $_.distinguishedName -reset }

Categories : Powershell

Unable to connect to Windows Azure from Powershell Azure Powershell module
To see is there some result from Import-AzurePublishSettingsFile you can call: Get-AzureSubscription By default it select the default to current subscription. If you don't see any result then you don't import your subscription settings right. This Introduction to Windows Azure PowerShell also can help you.

Categories : Windows

Windows Azure ACS with Active Directory as identity provider for SSO
Windows Azure Active Directory is a good option for single sign-on, but it does not have to be used with ACS, as can be seen here http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windowsazure/dn151790.aspx#BKMK_Connecting The advantages of ACS are that It can be used to perform claims transformation without having to write any code (e.g. in a custom ClaimsAuthenticationManager). You will not be able to handle complex transformations, but simple ones are fine. It can provide federation with multiple identity providers, so if you users would rather use Facebook, instead of your WAAD, it is more flexible. However, on the down side It is more complex to configure and is another moving part in your solution that can go wrong ACS namespaces are tied to a single Azure region so a failure in a dat

Categories : Azure

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#

Windows Azure Active Directory Backup/Restore
You could consider using some of the Windows Azure Active Directory PowerShell Cmdlets to save your configuration. The various Get- Cmdlets (see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj151815.aspx) should allow you to save all your configuration settings, users, roles, etc.

Categories : Azure

Windows azure active directory authentication in android?
I was looking for the same thing. I found this website from Mircorsoft which has steps to add in authentication to your Android app. https://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/develop/mobile/tutorials/get-started-with-users-android/ This link starts the intro to Mobile services for Android https://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/develop/mobile/tutorials/get-started-android/

Categories : Android

LDAP's ldap_search_s() fails on Windows Active Directory
Active Directory filtering syntax can be quite verbose. From what I can tell, you just need to modify your filter slightly. Try this : (&(objectClass=user)(distinguishedName=CN=ashwin,CN=Users,DC=test,DC=com)) However, for single user filtering, I'd try using the sAMAccountName. This generally follows a {FirstInitial}{LastName} format, and would be unique to the user (Ex. JSmith) : (&(objectClass=user)(sAMAccountName=JSmith))

Categories : C++

Query Active Directory in Java using a logged on user on windows
I'm going off of this guy's post. You can go with the commercial Jespa library, which uses NTLMv2. Or you can go with the open source com4j project that uses ADSI, created by Kohsuke Kawaguchi.

Categories : Java

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

How to add Office365 custom domain to Windows Azure Active Directory?
The management portal will not let you do what you are asking. It will not let you associate your Azure account with an existing Windows Azure Active Directory (WAAD) instance, and manage it through the Azure portal. You can, however, still use your Office365 instance of WAAD to as an identity provider through Azure Access Control Service (ACS). For a good starting place on using ACS for adding claims based authentication to your web application look here. For instructions on how to provision a WAAD tenant as an IdP for ACS look here.

Categories : Azure

how to get access token after windows azure active directory authentication
You can use this code to access the security token that was used: ClaimsPrincipal cp = ClaimsPrincipal.Current; ClaimsIdentity ci = cp.Identity as ClaimsIdentity; BootstrapContext bc = ci.BootstrapContext as BootstrapContext; SecurityToken securityToken = bc.SecurityToken; You also need to set the saveBootstrapContext attribute in your config file: <system.identityModel> <identityConfiguration saveBootstrapContext="true"> ... </system.identityModel>

Categories : Azure

Windows Azure Active Directory slow authentication on mobile devices
David, Is it correct that your site is using wsfed and redirects to AAD where the client enters creds? Do you notice where the slowdown occurs, is it before the user enters cred (if they do) or after? Brent.

Categories : Azure

Authenticating with Windows Azure Active Directory directly without opening web browser
The older version of AAL supported this. However, it was removed about 2-3 months ago (as well as the sample showing it). Authentication of users now can only be achieved through a browser authentication window. I'm not 100% sure, but I think the motivation is to create a standard/consistent login experience (for the end-users). If you're on a Windows 8 application, then the WebAuthenticationBroker handles this and users will recognize this for all Windows 8 applications. If you're a web application, then the AzureAD login page is presented and is recognizable.

Categories : C#

Windows Azure Active Directory Authentication - Visual Studio 2012 tools
I think this might be the download URL you're looking for - http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/e21bf653-dfe1-4d81-b3d3-795cb104066e

Categories : C#

Windows Azure Active Directory Single Sign On - Custom error page for log in errors
Totally possible. ACS gives you error messages in encodeed JSON like this {"context":null,"httpReturnCode":401,"identityProvider":"Google","timeStamp":"2010-12-17 21:01:36Z","traceId":"16bba464-03b9-48c6-a248-9d16747b1515","errors":[{"errorCode":"ACS30000","errorMessage":"There was an error processing an OpenID sign-in response."},{"errorCode":"ACS50019","errorMessage":"Sign-in was canceled by the user."}]} First you need to enable the "Error URL feature" in management portal, for your ACS namespace-> Edit Relying party-> Error URL. You need a helper classes to decode the JSON. steps here Configure anon access to them Error page. With this you are in full control of the page, you can show the error message the way want and brand the page to match the look and feel of your relying

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Add Powershell Snapin for Powershell Module and Import Multiple Times
You might want to try to specify this module required by your own module through a module manifest (.psd1). See RequiredModules here.

Categories : Powershell

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#

Change default source directory for perl module Module::Build
use Module::Build; use File::Copy 'cp'; my $class = Module::Build->subclass(code => <<''); sub process_EXTRALIB_files { my ($self, $target) = @_; while (my ($from, $to) = each %{ $self->{properties}{"${target}_files"} }) { cp $from, $to; $self->_add_to_manifest('MANIFEST', $to); } } my $self = Module::Build->new( ⋮ RESOURCES_files => {'RESOURCES/prepare/form.html' => 'RESOURCES/new/prepare/form.html'}, EXTRALIB_files => {'../../LIBS/perl/Private/DB.pm' => '../lib/Private/DB.pm'}, ); $self->add_build_element('RESOURCES'); $self->add_build_element('EXTRALIB'); $self->create_build_script; perl Build.PL ./Build ./Build manifest ./Build dist

Categories : Perl

Is there a way to check if a module is being loaded by multiprocessing standard module in Windows?
Yes, you can obtain information about the current process from the instance returned by multiprocessing.current_process(). In particular the Process constructor has a name argument that can be used to distinguish between child processes. Note that in python2, if you do not specify name explicitly then the module doesn't give any guarantee on the format used, hence you cannot reliably distinguish between subprocesses and the main process: you must always explicitly specify it. In python3 child processes are guaranteed to have a name with the format of Process-N with N a positive integer. Note that there is no guarantee on the name of the parent process, hence doing: process.name == 'MainProcess' Is not reliable. You should do: import re re.match(r'Process-d+', process.name)

Categories : Python

Powershell script running fine on Windows 8 but not on Windows 7
The error indicates you didn't correctly set the execution policy. Firstly, you have run Powershell as an administrator. To do this, right click on the Powershell icon in the start menu and click on "Run as Administrator". Next you have to run the following command in Powershell: Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned You will be prompted to allow the change. Type "Y" and press return. Finally, try running your script.

Categories : Powershell

PowerShell - creating a module from C#
.CSPROJ files are not really source code files. They are Visual Studio C# project files that contain settings that determine how the associated .CS (source) files are built. One of those settings will turn warnings into errors. Apparently that setting is enabled in your project file. You can open the project file in Visual Studio C# Express (which is free) or you can edit it manually and disable this setting. Another option is to skip the project file and just manually compile the primary source file (not the assemblyInfo.cs file). If you have the .NET SDK installed open a command prompt and run: csc /t:library /out:foo.dll file.cs And if you have multiple CS files: csc /t:library /out:foo.dll *.cs That should create a file.dll assembly in the same directory.

Categories : C#

Importing PowerShell module in C#
Try to use the PowerShell class AddCommand method. ps.AddCommand("import-module Lync"); Or you can use the Runspace class, you can find an example here : http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/18229/How-to-run-PowerShell-scripts-from-C

Categories : C#

Powershell module initialization
Modules are really supposed to output cmdlets, not objects. A module should provide a set of related cmdlets. There is a way to send data into the module using Import-Modules's -ArgumentList parameter as show here. You could use the technique to provide a server name for your cmdlets to connect to for example. The PowerCLI module handles that differently using a cmdlet that creates a script scope connection object ($script:connection) that the other cmdlets check for and re-use if it exists similar to this: #test.psm1 $script:myvar = "hi" function Show-MyVar {Write-Host $script:myvar} function Set-MyVar ($Value) {$script:myvar = $Value} #end test.psm1

Categories : Powershell

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#

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

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#

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#

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

powershell failing to import module
The most likely case is that you've got your module installed to a personal location, and not a system location. If you're running it inside of a scheduled task, or have it installed for a particular user (and are running as someone else), then you'll need to make sure that the module is in the "right" location. $env:PSModulePath Will show the current module paths. There should be at least 2. One will be in your user directory, and the other will be in $pshomeModules. If you want to be lazy, you can put a module there. If you want to be thorough, you can create a new directory, change PSModulePath (outside of PowerShell, so it sticks from one PowerShell instance to the next) to include this directory. This is the "official" way. On a personal note, since you're probably usi

Categories : Powershell

Powershell module and invoking files
. is the current working directory, not the directory in which the module resides. The latter can be determined via the MyInvocation variable. Change your function to this: function MyFunction { $Invocation = (Get-Variable MyInvocation -Scope 1).Value $dir = Split-Path $Invocation.MyCommand.Path $cmd = Join-Path $dir "myBatch.bat" & $cmd $param1 $param2 }

Categories : Shell

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

Active Directory Authentication failed asp.net
Authentication with active directory means windows authentication, so first of all, you need to set <authentication mode="Windows"> instead of <authentication mode="Forms">

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

Azure Active Directory authorization
It looks like you're using the AD libraries for traditional on-premise AD. To program against Azure AD, use the Auzre Authentication Library (AAL). Note, last week AAL was renamed to Active Directory Authentication Library. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj573266.aspx

Categories : C#

Active Directory not working for offsite
A connection to AD will always require windows credentials. Your code, as posted, does not supply any credentials to AD. (You pass in a user name that you are looking up, but that is not the same as supplying credentials for the connection). This will work for users whose machines are attached to the domain...because your network credentials are passed in implicitly. For the external devs, when they VPN in, they supply credentials to the VPN protocol, which allows their machines to access your network, but that doesn't mean their machines are 'joined' to the domain...so AD will still require explicit credentials from them, including a personal password or a service account password that has permissions to access AD. This line: using (DirectoryEntry de = new DirectoryEntry("LDAP://server.

Categories : C#

authenticate against with Active Directory via samba
I recommend you this article http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2008.12.linux.aspx from Microsoft. The configure file seems OK.

Categories : Misc

Active Directory Development Environment
Consider ADFS and ws-federation. Ws-federation is an enterprise sso protocol that gives you cross domain authentication/authorization in a sso manner. Adfs is a free implementation of the protocol that sits on top of the active directory. It is relatively easy to set up. But having a client application that expects a ws-federation identity provider, you can substitute the provider with any compliant provider, your own or the identityserver which is another free implementation but can use a membership provider. The completely custom implementation on the other hand would give you a chance to set up and serve an arbitrary identities. The is a small learning curve for this approach but benetifs are: cross domain sso support for multiple browsers for free (kerberos/ntlm based ad authenti

Categories : Asp Net

Connect to Active Directory using credential
The LDAP path to the users container is not correct. The users container is not an organizational unit but a simple container. So, you have to specify a different LDAP path. The LDAP path to the users container in your case is: LDAP://cn=Users,dc=abc,dc=def,dc=com Also consider what Hall72215 mentioned in his answer. Use the whole LDAP path directly in the constructor of the DirectoryEntry class.

Categories : C#



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