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I have an example of code that requests information about a specific user from active directory. I just dont know where to put my specific network information in for the example info. Can anyone help me? Where in this code do I need to substitute my info? Do I replace loginname below with the name I plan to search for?
Public Function UserInfo(LoginName As String) As String
'PURPOSE: Display information that is available in 'the Active Directory about a given user
'PARAMETER: Login Name for user
'RETURNS: String with selected information about 'user, or empty string if there is no such 'login on the current domain
'REQUIRES: Windows 2000 ADSI, LDAP Provider 'Proper Security Credentials.
'EXAMPLE: msgbox UserInfo("Administrator")
Dim conn As New ADODB.Connection
Dim rs As ADODB.Recordset
Dim oRoot As IADs
Dim oDomain As IADs
Dim sBase As String
Dim sFilter As String
Dim sDomain As String
Dim sAttribs As String
Dim sDepth As String
Dim sQuery As String
Dim sAns As String
Dim user As IADsUser
On Error GoTo ErrHandler:
'Get user Using LDAP/ADO. There is an easier way 'to bind to a user object using the WinNT provider, 'but this way is a better for educational purposes Set oRoot = GetObject("LDAP://rootDSE") 'work in the default domain sDomain = oRoot.Get("defaultNamingContext") Set oDomain = GetObject("LDAP://" & sDomain) sBase = "<" & oDomain.ADsPath & ">"
'Only get user name requested
sFilter = "(&(objectCategory=person)(objectClass=user)(name=" _
& LoginName & "))"
sAttribs = "adsPath"
sDepth = "subTree"
sQuery = sBase & ";" & sFilter & ";" & sAttribs & ";" & sDepth
"Data Source=Active Directory Provider;Provider=ADsDSOObject"
Set rs = conn.Execute(sQuery)
If Not rs.EOF Then
Set user = GetObject(rs("adsPath"))
'if the attribute is not stored in AD,
'an error will occur. Therefore, this
'will return data only from populated attributes
On Error Resume Next
sAns = "First Name: " & .FirstName & vbCrLf
sAns = sAns & "Last Name " & .LastName & vbCrLf
sAns = sAns & "Employee ID: " & .EmployeeID & vbCrLf
sAns = sAns & "Title: " & .Title & vbCrLf
sAns = sAns & "Division: " & .Division & vbCrLf
sAns = sAns & "Department: " & .Department & vbCrLf
sAns = sAns & "Manager: " & .Manager & vbCrLf
sAns = sAns & "Phone Number: " & .TelephoneNumber & vbCrLf
sAns = sAns & "Fax Number: " & .FaxNumber & vbCrLf
sAns = sAns & "Email Address: " & .EmailAddress & vbCrLf
sAns = sAns & "Web Page: " & .HomePage & vbCrLf
sAns = sAns & "Last Login: " & .LastLogin & vbCrLf
sAns = sAns & "Last Logoff: " & .LastLogoff & vbCrLf
sAns = sAns & "Account Expiration Date: " _
& .AccountExpirationDate & vbCrLf
'IN RC2, this returned 1/1/1970 when password
'never expires option is set
sAns = sAns & "Password Expiration Date: " _
UserInfo = sAns
On Error Resume Next
If Not rs Is Nothing Then
If rs.State <> 0 Then rs.Close
Set rs = Nothing
If Not conn Is Nothing Then
If conn.State <> 0 Then conn.Close
Set conn = Nothing
Set oRoot = Nothing
Set oDomain = Nothing
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