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Integration in Microsoft AD?

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Hi all,

is there a way to integrate AutoIt into microsoft's Active Directory?

I would like to build a GUI which allows me to view Global Groups and to add Persons to this group.

I need this, because some persons in our Company need to add persons to different Groups and I would not like to show them the complete Active Directory structure.........

A GUI is complicated enough for them :-)

regards,

Stefan

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Hi all,

is there a way to integrate AutoIt into microsoft's Active Directory?

I would like to  build a GUI which allows me to view Global Groups and to add Persons to this group.

I need this, because some persons in our Company need to add persons to different Groups and I would not like to show them the complete Active Directory structure.........

A GUI is complicated enough for them :-)

regards,

Stefan

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Try google wich has lots of these things voor vb scripts (.vbs)

My tutor on my school used this to work with AD and because vb is a bit like autoit you can maybe let vb and a autoit script work together.

I have some vb examples for AD somewhere but not at this moment so try google

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Here are some VBScripts that do what you ask. I'd like to see your AutoIT3 GUI once you have created it...Please post so that all may benefit.

How do I get all the users in a group using ADSI?

Set GroupObj = GetObject("WinNT://" & DomainString & "/" & GroupString)
For each UserObj in GroupObj.Members
    List = List & UserObj.Name
Next
Wscript.Echo List

How do I add a user to a group using ADSI?

DomainString = "DomainName"
UserString = "jdoe"
GroupString = "GroupName"
Set GroupObj = GetObject("WinNT://" & DomainString & "/" & GroupString)
GroupObj.Add ("WinNT://" & DomainString & "/" & UserString)
Set DomainObj = Nothing
Set GroupObj = Nothing

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