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  1. I use _AD_Open() in a script and a strange thing happens. The first time I logon to a computer with an active directy user login the _AD_Open() function gives @error=4 with no description of the @extended error. It just says LDAP Provider generated the error. When I log off the workstation and than log on with the same user login name the function _AD_Open() works perfectly. It seems that if the workstation has a profile of the user on the local PC, _AD_Open() works correctly but if the profile of the login user does not yet exist it gives the error. Any suggestions? I would like to make it wo
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