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Re: [ProgSoc] FW: Code to Enumerate Users in Domain(s)
I'm looking at the codes. I have also found some
sample codes from Microsoft support web site. If
you're interested, check out the following site:
--- James Wright <James.Wright@nospam.Mammothsoft.com> wrote:
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> You won't be able to grab adsi from bryant (DuH),
> but you can get
> ads_x86.exe from the microsoft site or from the NT
> Options Pack.
> This code will also let you enumerate through and
> list all the machine
> names, print servers in a particular domain.
> Run it an look in the debug window.
> James Wright
> Senior Developer
> Phone: +61 2 9460-0798
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> From: Anthony Langsworth
> Sent: Monday, 28 June 1999 1:22
> To: Developers
> Subject: Code to Enumerate Users in Domain(s)
> If you are interested, here are some code samples to
> enumerate all
> users in all domains that are currently visible
> using ADSI or Active
> Directory Service Interfaces. Before you run the
> samples, you'll have
> to install ADSI, which can be found in
> \\bryant\public\adsi. There is
> a different version for each platform: ads_x86.exe
> is for NT 4.0,
> ads98.exe is for Windows 98 and ads95 is for Windows
> 95 (support is
> built-in to Windows 2000). Also in that directory is
> a help file for
> developers, adsi25.chm, but note that many of the
> samples are in C++.
> Any questions, give me a yell!
> Anthony Langsworth
> Senior Developer
> Phone: +612 9460 0798
> Remember that "Punching the monitor hurts you more
> than Microsoft"
> - - Jim Williams, Gamasutra
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Cuong Huy (Mark) Nguyen
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