– it is based on Microsoft’s ADSI and WMI components
– it provides a great set of automation tasks for NT Systems and LDAP Directory Services like Active Directory, OperLDAP or Novell Directory Services.
– it is available as VB6 or VB.Net version
– a complete.NET version is planned in the future
– complete API Documentation for VB6 and VB.NET
ActiveDirector – Microsoft’s ADSI and WMI Components
The ActiveDirector components are developed by the ILSA group (in a joint effort with the Microsoft.NET Technology Center) and are developed in VB6 and VB.NET (a fully.NET version of ActiveDirector is planned in the future). They are ideal for building interfaces to Active Directory, Novell Directory Services, LDAP Directory Services and other Windows network services.
Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)
The Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) is Microsoft’s new managed API to access all components of the operating system. The ActiveDirector components use the underlying WMI engine to enable easy creation of WMI applications.
ActiveDirector is based on Microsoft’s ADSI to provide powerful and flexible AD object administration functions. Its main feature are the following data access methods: Create, Get, Read, Update, Delete, TestPermissions, MethodExists, GetObjectData, Copy and SetPassword.
ActiveDirector provides three components for WMI interfaces:
ACO is the basic interface for connecting to ADSI services. A connection object can be created with its own configuration and will be reused for multiple methods and records.
WCC is a special wrapper for ACO for WMI methods. It allows to run multiple commands with one connection object.
WCO is the basic interface to perform AD object administration. It is based on the standard WMI interfaces and can be created with its own configuration.
ActiveDirector contains two WMI classes to create and work with objects in the Active Directory, OperLDAP or Novell Directory Services:
AO is the standard WMI interface for ADSI objects.
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