Wow, it's been a while! I had full intentions of creating regular posts but that kind of slipped away. So I'll make this one fairly short and just highlight the basics of creating an Exchange 2010 mailbox via remote code. Nothing fancy, but I will highlight one gotcha that I encountered when … Continue reading →
Continuing our Active Directory theme from the last post, I wanted to follow up on locating the groups that users belong to or groups you'd like to add to a user account. These examples will also continue with using the .Net 3.5 DirectoryServices.AccountManagement namespace since there is quite a … Continue reading →
Last week, HP announced it was killing off production of hardware devices for it's mobile operating system webOS. This was just a few days after it was reported that Best Buy had 250k+ devices that it wanted to send back to HP because they couldn't sell them. Always willing to jump on an … Continue reading →
Continuing our Active Directory theme from the last post, I wanted to step back for a second and discuss UserPrincipal objects a little more as I have a few posts relating more to accounts following this one.
The UserPrincipal class has two constructors. One takes a PrincipalContext and the … Continue reading →
I ran across a need to query AD and make bulk changes to a subset of AD user accounts. When creating an account in Active Directory using a UserPrincipal object you must specify certain properties on the account. The ones I was interested in are as … Continue reading →