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Web-based Active Directory Login     
Total Hits: 417  |  Today: 0Author: Faisal Haroon.      Rating:  
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Web-based Active Directory Login implements central sign-on system for web-based applications. It was developed to eliminate maintenance of user passwords in database, whether encrypted or not. A user running application from desktop enjoys liberty to access resources and/or services on the network which he has permission to do from Windows. On the other hand, web-based applications run in a security context entirely different from that of a desktop application. Same user while running applicati...

Active Directory Cache Dependencies     
Total Hits: 126  |  Today: 0Author: Keith Brown      Rating:  
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If you are in the process of building an application that can be used anywhere in an enterprise, chances are you could benefit by integrating with Active Directory®. There’s a wealth of information right there for the taking if you’re willing to invest just a little time to learn how to program against one of the many APIs that Active Directory supports.

Suppose, for example, your application already uses integrated Windows® authentication to validate a client’s domain identity. You’ve al...

Managing Directories in .NET     
Total Hits: 141  |  Today: 0Author: Steven Swafford      Rating:  
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Using the System.IO namespace you can accomplish many actions such as deleting and copying files and directories. This article covers a few methods for managing file system directories in .NET....

Dynamically browse Active Directory Objects     
Total Hits: 371  |  Today: 0Author: Sibster.      Rating:  
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This guide shows how to create an application in C#, for browsing Active Directory objects. On the left navigate objects/containers with an TreeView control. Only AD root will be read in, after successful authentication. The "children" of the containers will be dynamically loaded after the user clicks on an object. If no "children" exists no, action will be performed. Attributes and their values, of marked containers on the TreeView control, will be displayed on the right ListView control. Both ...

Authentication against Active Directory and Edirectory via LDAP     
Total Hits: 342  |  Today: 0Author: Abdul (Rajib) Bahar.      Rating:  
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This article covers HOW-TO authenticate against Microsoft Active Directory and Novell Edirectory via LDAP....

Wrapper API for using Microsoft Active Directory Services     
Total Hits: 320  |  Today: 0Author: Syed Adnan Ahmed.      Rating:  
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If you are developing web applications utilizing Microsoft® ASP.NET and have the need to secure your site from unauthorized access, you have surely investigated the various authentication and authorization techniques that ASP.NET 1.x enables. This article discusses how to use Microsoft Active Directory Services by using developed wrapper API...

Enumerating Active Directory Objects using C#     
Total Hits: 113  |  Today: 0Author: umair_hasan.      Rating:  
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Microsoft introduced the concept of Active Directory with Windows 2000. Information about various resources like people, machines, printers, groups etc. are stored in Active Directory. It provides a single point of management for Windows-based user accounts, clients, servers, and applications, and facilitates network administrators and users to have an integrated view of a network....

Total Hits: 98  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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Directives are language-specific elements used to set or modify the structure of servlet classes (in JSP) and the settings of the parser and compiler (in Microsoft® ASP.NET). In both cases, directives are responsible for changing settings that govern the actions of an entire page.

For JSP developers who are migrating their code into ASP.NET, you will find that the format of directives in both languages is conveniently similar. In both cases, the normal set of % % brackets that surrounds a...

HOW TO: Use the JScript .NET Command-Line Compiler from Any Directory     
Total Hits: 78  |  Today: 0Author: microsoft      Rating:  
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This step-by-step article describes how to use the Jscript .NET command-line compiler from any directory. The JScript .NET command-line compiler (Jsc.exe) is located in the \System Root\ Microsoft.NET\Framework\Version Number directory on your computer. Typically, you can only use the compiler in this directory, unless you specify additional path information for compilation....

Viewing and editing file and directory attributes in ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 76  |  Today: 0Author: xefteri      Rating:  
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The System.IO.FileAttributes class gives us access to file/directory attributes. In this article, we'll see how to use this class to first read the current attributes and then change them....

Directory Browsing the .NET Way     
Total Hits: 305  |  Today: 0Author: Christoph Wille      Rating:  
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From the 'Good Old Times' of ASP programming, many should remember the FileSystemObject object. It allows access to the file system for reading, writing and directory browsing. However, the object model is anything but perfect and as for binary files, the end of the tether is reached before we even start - it just can't be done.
And there are some other functions and properties which I would have liked to have. It looks as if these wishes would be fulfilled by the .NET Framework classes in th...

Directory Listing     
Total Hits: 867  |  Today: 0Author: Chris Garrett      Rating:  
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List files in a directory. This project uses code from the previous Thumbnail article to display thumbnails for every file in a directory. I wanted a place where family and friends could see pictures of my daughter Amy, and this is what I came up with....

Running a .bat file as administrator - Correcting current directory  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 17  |  Today: 0Author: Simon P Stevens      Rating:  
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When you run a batch file as administrator under windows vista and 7 the current directory gets set to C:\windows\system32. This can prevent your scripts from working correctly if you use relative paths....

The FactoryDictionary  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 8  |  Today: 0Author: Adam Robinson      Rating:  
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In answering this StackOverflow question, it got me thinking a little more about managing locks and multithreaded interaction with something like a Dictionary T,T. While I'm happy with the answer that I produced, I thought I would turn it into something a little more formal and discuss it here for a bit. This afternoon I put together a small class that I'm calling FactoryDictionary. While it's not intended to be a pure implementation of a factory pattern, I felt the name was appropriate since th...

New Ways to Manage Active Directory using the .NET Framework 2.0     
Total Hits: 131  |  Today: 0Author: Ethan Wilansky      Rating:  
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As more and more large enterprises use Active Directory®, Microsoft has been investing time and effort to make it simpler to install, deploy, and manage. Devs will see enhancements to the System.DirectoryServices namespace in the NET Framework 2.0. In addition, Microsoft has added two new namespaces under System.DirectoryServices:ActiveDirectory , which provides Active Directory management, and Protocols, which lets you work with the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) 3.0 and Directory...

Using Active Directory In ASP.NET - Enumerate Active Directory Users     
Total Hits: 243  |  Today: 0Author: Softomatix.      Rating:  
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This article is second in the series demonstrating the use of Active Directory in ASP.Net. The first article Using Active Directory In ASP.Net - Dump Schema Informations demonstrated how to get the schema information. In this article we will use the basics discussed earlier to enumerate the Active Direftory users....

Using Active Directory In ASP.NET - Dump Schema Information     
Total Hits: 205  |  Today: 0Author: Softomatix.      Rating:  
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This article is first in the series demonstrating the use of Active Directory in ASP.NET. Of course all the demo code is written in language of choice - C#. This series will not go into discussion of Active Directory or LDAP servers. We are assuming that the readers of these articles have basic understanding of these technologies....

Access Active Directory - .Net way     
Total Hits: 145  |  Today: 0Author: Manas Bhardwaj.      Rating:  
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Accessing Active Director (AD) is one of the most basic scenarios for an intranet application. For a new developer, though sometimes it becomes clumsy to get this. But believe me, it is just as simple as hitting a full toss (shows how much I love cricket)....

Adding File Access Permissions using DirectoryServices     
Total Hits: 136  |  Today: 0Author: Softomatix.      Rating:  
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As the title of the article describes this article is going to describe a very simple but very helpful topic. Every now and then we are faced with a situation where we have to fix a file or folder's permissions to add or remove a user. The perfect example is installation of an ASP.Net application. If you have a folder in that application which needs write permissions for ASPNET user account then your custom installer may need to add a new ACE that gives ASPNET user the required permissions....

Total Hits: 120  |  Today: 0Author: Vinod Giri T.      Rating:  
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This article highlights the features of the AccessActiveDirectory utility that can perform a set of listed operations on Active Directory (AD).

The utility takes care of pretty much everything for you:

* Add members to AD.
* Remove members from AD.
* Search members in AD.
* Create members in AD.
* Delete members from AD.
* Gets the properties of a member from AD.
* Updates properties of a member in AD.
* Checks whether the given ...

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