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LDAP authentication with C#

LDAP, or Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, is a convenient, central repository for a system's personnel information. LDAP (and other Active Directory services) are widely-used by organizations big and small to consolidate user credentials and identification data. For instance: a reporting services application, a webmail client, and a database administration suite …

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LDAP authentication with VB.NET

LDAP, or Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, is a convenient, central repository for a system's personnel information. LDAP (and other Active Directory services) are widely-used by organizations big and small to consolidate user credentials and identification data. For instance: a reporting services application, a webmail client, and a database administration suite …

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Retrieving user properties from LDAP with VB.NET

As discussed in an earlier post, LDAP can be a wonderful tool for centrally storing user information and credentials. I've written about how to authenticate against the LDAP repository... but what if you're just looking for information?

The following code will contact the LDAP server and retrieve all properties for …

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