If you are looking for the most complete LDAP Query in SQL Server to extract all your Active Directory Users then look no further this is the solution for you, in one query you can extract all the necessary users on your Active Directory using TSQL.
Now that you have successfully synchronized your local Active Directory to your Azure Active Directory you found out that you wrongly used a different UPN now how do you quickly fix the issue and change them in bulk. Well its quite easy specially with Powershell you can do this in bulk, all you need is to… Read More »
This guide will illustrate to you step by step instructions on how to integrate your on-premises Active directory with Azure Active Directory by using Azure AD Connect. In doing so it will allow you to provide common identity for your users for Office 365, Azure, and any applications that are integrated with Azure AD. This… Read More »
You might be wondering why should I do this when Sharepoint can do this already though User Profile Synchronization, well that is partly true because in Sharepoint Foundation 2013 and even on 2010 it is not available. Having said that there will always be a way and that’s what are trying to achieve on this… Read More »
I have been doing a lot of synchronization projects lately like SalesForce events and Google Calendar Events, Active Directory and some Payroll Application and now Google Groups and Active Directory Groups. It may sound too complicated to develop but trust it is not as complicated as you think.
Just wanted to share a common question that is always asked on why Active Directory returns only 1000 results when you perform a query. It is a limitation imposed by Active Directory by default, but it does not mean you cannot increase that values. You can always increase it by changing the MaxPageSize setting in… Read More »
This started when I saw a question on stack overflow and it challenged me to solve it, it may look simple initially but least to say it was challenging. The question was about getting a list of all domain names in your network and display it in a friendly way like what you see when… Read More »
Before .Net managing Active Directory objects is a bit lengthy and you need a good knowledge on the principal store to have your head around on what you want to do. We ususally use the System.DirectoryServices namespace but with .Net 3.5 they introduced System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement which is manages directory objects independent of the System.DirectoryServices namespace.
This in in conjunction with my work here where I need to list all websites in a server, now I need to list all servers and whats the quick way of doing it? Again scripting in VBS. Here is how I’ve done
Update : If you want a newer version which is using .Net 3.5 System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement I had created a new version here If you are wondering how to access an Active Directory Objects using C# please look at the attached code as a reference. The code reference is nearly complete in terms of functionalities you need… Read More »