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  1. When I try _AD_Open() with no parameters I get this error message... Function _AD_Open encountered a problem. @error=4, @extended = -2147023541 When I try _AD_Open($sUserIDParam = "XXXX@XXXX.com", $sPasswordParam = "XXXX", $sAD_DNSDomainParam = "", $sAD_HostServerParam = "", $sAD_ConfigurationParam = "") I get this error message.... Function _AD_Open encountered a problem. @error=4, @extended = -2147016646 The rest of my code attempts to move a computer from one OU to another. It errors out telling me that there is no such OU. My guess is that is because I am not logged in to Active Directory so I have to solve the login issue first before tackling this the move. The XXXX's above are replaced in my code with a domain admin account that "should" have permissions to do a computer move from one OU to another.
  2. I kept having problems with my Active Directory scripts. I finally discovered that they work fine before being compiled but after compiling they fail. I have narrowed it down to simply testing _AD_Open. For instance, any script that includes "$iResult = _AD_Open()" works until I compile the script. The compiled script fails with @Error = 4. Please note that I only log onto the computer with my Domain account. What am I missing here? Also, I do not use SciTE, I use Notepad++ if that matters...
  3. Good afternoon, I am running the instructions below, and even using a username or password missing, $error always returns "The operation completed successfully." $result = _AD_Open ( $user , $password , "dc=proxy,dc=trtsp,dc=jus,dc=br" , "proxy.trtsp.jus.br" ) If @error <> 0 Then $error = _AD_GetlastADSIError () _ArrayDisplay ( $error ) Exit EndIf Version of AD is in AutoIt (https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/106163-active-directory-udf/). someone could tell me why this occurs rather than showing the detailed description of an error when the login fails using _ad_open?
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