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What happened to System.Directoryservices.ActiveDirectory

bob
Hi,

Is this the right place to dicuss Visual Studio 2005 and .Net 2?

I am try to implement a class (already using Windows Authentication) where I
am given a user name and I return a list of groups to which the user is a
member.

In .Net 1.1, I can use the System.DirectoryServices.ActiveDirectory
namespace; but what do I use in .Net 2?

TIA
Jul 22 '05 #1
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>I am try to implement a class (already using Windows Authentication) where I
am given a user name and I return a list of groups to which the user is a
member.
In .Net 1.1, I can use the System.DirectoryServices.ActiveDirectory
namespace; but what do I use in .Net 2?


Actually - no.

In .NET framework 1.1, there's only a System.DirectoryServices
namespace.

The System.DirectoryServices.ActiveDirectory namespace is part of the
..NET 2.0 release that will become officially available in November
2005.

Marc
================================================== ==============
Marc Scheuner May The Source Be With You!
Berne, Switzerland m.scheuner -at- inova.ch
Jul 22 '05 #2
bob
Thanks Marc

"Marc Scheuner [MVP ADSI]" <m.********@inova.SPAMBEGONE.ch> wrote in message
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I am try to implement a class (already using Windows Authentication) where Iam given a user name and I return a list of groups to which the user is a
member.
In .Net 1.1, I can use the System.DirectoryServices.ActiveDirectory
namespace; but what do I use in .Net 2?


Actually - no.

In .NET framework 1.1, there's only a System.DirectoryServices
namespace.

The System.DirectoryServices.ActiveDirectory namespace is part of the
.NET 2.0 release that will become officially available in November
2005.

Marc
================================================== ==============
Marc Scheuner May The Source Be With You!
Berne, Switzerland m.scheuner -at- inova.ch

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