Larry Steinle

February 21, 2011

AD Path Helper

Filed under: Active Directory,RegEx,VS.Net — Larry Steinle @ 11:57 am
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In the previous post, Introduction to Active Directory, we learned that ADSI paths are used to organize objects in Active Directory. A path consists of a protocol, host name, port number and distinguished name (DN). A DN consists of one or more relative distinguished names (RDN). An RDN is a simple key/value type. Today we will create three helper classes to ensure that our paths are well-formed with escaped special characters. (more…)

February 20, 2011

Introduction to Active Directory

Filed under: Active Directory — Larry Steinle @ 11:56 pm

For the next set of posts I will focus on managing data in Active Directory. Today’s post will introduce basic Active Directory concepts that will form the foundation for future posts.


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