ADSI ASP Programmers Reference
Almost all commonly available directory services share a common root in the X500 directory services protocol and yet until recently, no one took advantage of that fact and presented the IT world with a way to utilise this fact and create applications which could span across directories on different platforms.
With the COM-based Active Directory Service Interfaces however, Microsoft have presented us with a set of programming tools that allows us not only to access any directory service with an ADSI implementation (six at the moment) but also to create programs for that purpose in almost any current programming script or language.
ADSI ASP Programmer's Reference takes you through the whole range of ADSI's capabilities teaching you how to build up a complete set of web pages that could allow a system administrator to run a domain almost entirely away from his desk simply by firing up an internet browser. Learn how to create, manipulate and delete users and user groups, print queues, NT services, web applications and mail servers with a simple ASP page.
Summary of Contents
L'auteur Timothy Hahn
Timothy Hahn is a Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM responsible for strategy, architecture, design, and development of Directory Services on OS/390. He has worked on many projects within IBM, including Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) services, security services, and most recently, Directory Services and LDAP.
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