You want to view the objects owned by a user.
Open ADSI Edit.
If an entry for the naming context you want to browse is not already displayed, do the following:
Right-click on ADSI Edit in the right pane and click Connect to.
Fill in the information for the naming context, container, or OU you want to add an object to. Click on the Advanced button if you need to enter alternate credentials.
In the left pane, browse to the naming context, container, or OU the object you want to view. Once you’ve found the object, right-click on it and select Properties.
> enumprop /ATTR:managedObjects "LDAP://<
' This code displays the managed objects for a user ' ------ SCRIPT CONFIGURATION ------ strUserDN = "<
UserDN>" ' e.g. cn=jsmith,cn=Users,dc=rallencorp,dc=com ' ------ END CONFIGURATION --------- on error resume next set objUser = GetObject("LDAP://" & strUserDN) Wscript.Echo objUser.Get("cn") & "'s Managed Objects:" colObjects = objUser.GetEx("managedObjects") if Err.Number = -2147463155 then Wscript.Echo " none" else for each strObjectDN in colObjects Wscript.Echo " " & strObjectDN next end if
managedObjects attribute is linked to the
managedBy attribute that can be set on certain
objects in Active Directory like computers and groups. Setting the
managedBy attribute provides a quick and dirty way to define who ...