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Querying AD on a Win2K3 server

Hi,
I have pounded my head for the last couple of hours tyring ot figure out
on how to make my query using LDAP to the AD. The code works fine on XP. And
also works great in a windows application. But on a web page, it just fails.
I am sure its something to do with IIS settings on Win 2K3 server. But dont'
know what. Would be really really thankful if someone can help me out here.

thanks in advance.
Pradeep
May 5 '06 #1
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The Active Directory (AD) relies on the security mechanism of the Windows
2000 server. To access most information in the AD, you must provide
credentials to the Windows 2000 server when requesting the AD information.
The credentials you provide must be in a primary token, which just means
that the IIS server has a password (not just a hash of the password) to pass
to the AD.

you can read this for help:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329986/en-us

How to use the System.DirectoryServices namespace in ASP.NET
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Hi,
I have pounded my head for the last couple of hours tyring ot figure out
on how to make my query using LDAP to the AD. The code works fine on XP.
And
also works great in a windows application. But on a web page, it just
fails.
I am sure its something to do with IIS settings on Win 2K3 server. But
dont'
know what. Would be really really thankful if someone can help me out
here.

thanks in advance.
Pradeep

May 6 '06 #2

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