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Microsoft® VBScript Step by Step by Ed Wilson

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Appendix B. ADSI Documentation

For network administrators, one of the most frustrating aspects of using Active Directory Service Interfaces (ADSI) is trying to match what is found in Active Directory Users And Computers with what is expected in a Microsoft Visual Basic, Scripting Edition (VBScript) script that uses ADSI to manipulate Microsoft Active Directory directory service. Although it is possible to use ADSI Edit to view the field names, reviewing Table B-1 through Table B-20 in this appendix will lessen some of your learning curve.

Computer Object Mapping

Table B-1 through Table B-4 show computer object names displayed in the Active Directory Users And Computers tool as they map to names available via ADSI scripting.

Table B-1. Computer Object ...

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