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Best way to get current computer AD object ?

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Hi,

What would you consider to be the best way to get the current computer AD
object ?

It seems that the System.DirectoryServices.ActiveDirectory namespace doesn't
provide any way to get the current computer object. It only provides classes
to get informations about the domain itself (and there's no way to provide
user/password info to its methods).

I wouldn't like to get the computer AD object thru a WinNT provider or some
hugly things like that :-).

Note : the application is ran in a local user context, the computer is a
member of the AD domain, we got a username and password to query the AD

Thanks for you help, Olivier.
Jul 10 '08 #1
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