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Accessing Active Directory in Windows ?

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Is LDAP the only way to access the active directory ?
Mar 17 '09 #1
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What do you mean access active directory? I get the feeling you're asking on the wrong forums as PHP is really just for server->browser applications.
Mar 17 '09 #2
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If PHP is just for that then what are LDAP functions supposed to do ?
Mar 18 '09 #3
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My apologies, I wasn't aware of PHP's LDAP functions. Are you trying to edit windows files from a server or server files from windows? Still can't make it out, but maybe that's because I have never used LDAP before.
Mar 18 '09 #4
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I want to access the Active Directory which is present in a Windows Server 2003 from a local machine programmaticall y.
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