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TITLE : Active Directory Coding How to automate AD tasks
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private static extern int DsGetDcName(.......
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TITLE : Confirming Basic Domain Controller Connectivity Through VBScript | Bennett Adelson Technical Blog
intReturnValue = objIADSTools.DsGetDcName(CStr(strCurrentDomain), "", 1) : CheckForError "Looking up current domain controller for current domain".......
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intReturnValue = objIADSTools.DsGetDcName("NewDomain.name") : CheckForError "Looking up current domain controller for NewDomain.name".......
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intReturnValue = objIADSTools.DsGetDcName(CStr(strCurrentDomain), "", 1) : CheckForError "Looking up current domain controller for current domain".......
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intReturnValue = objIADSTools.DsGetDcName("NewDomain.Name") : CheckForError "Looking up current domain controller for NewDomain.Name".......
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TITLE : Locating Domain Controllers - The .NET Developers Guide to Directory Services Programming
DWORD DsGetDcName(.......
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TITLE : [Pkg-samba-maint] [samba] branch master updated (0647cfa -> 5632000)
adds 181c110 Move the manipulation of site_name into the caller function dsgetdcname()........
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TITLE : Example Code for Locating an Application Directory Partition Host Server (Windows)
DWORD DsGetDcName(.......
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TITLE : Example Code for Locating an Application Directory Partition Host Server (Windows)
dwRet = DsGetDcName(NULL,.......
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TITLE : DsGetDcName (Windows CE 5.0)
DWORD DsGetDcName(.......
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TITLE : Domain Time II Installation - 4.x to 5.x Considerations
Starting with v5.x, Domain Time Server, when installed on a DC, sets the system flags to indicate the machine is serving time and is a reliable time source. The DsGetDcName() function will report Domain Time Server v5.x machines on DCs as both time servers and reliable time sources. Domain Time Server on a non-DC will not change the existing system flags........
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TITLE : pinvoke.net: dsgetdcname (netapi32)
int val = DsGetDcName("","",0,"",.......
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TITLE : Win32 users and groups programming: the C functions and structures definition for Module M and N
DsGetDcName().......
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Applications that support DNS-style names should call the DsGetDcName() function. Domain controllers in this type of environment have a multi-master directory replication relationship. Therefore, it may be advantageous for your application to use a DC that is not the PDC. You can call the DsGetDcName() function to locate any DC in the domain; NetGetDCName() returns only the name of the PDC........
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TITLE : Win32 users and groups programming: the C functions and structures definition for Module M and N
DsGetDcName().......
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Some provocation :o). For Domain based object you can use directory service functions (the function name prefixed with dcc DsGetDcName() function provided here just for informational. In MSDN documentation it is in Active Directory category........
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TITLE : Win32 users and groups programming: the C functions and structures definition for Module M and N
DsGetDcName()........
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TITLE : Win32 users and groups programming: the C functions and structures definition for Module M and N
DWORD DsGetDcName(.......
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DomainGuid - [in] Pointer to a GUID structure that specifies the GUID of the domain queried. If DomainGuid is not NULL and the domain specified by DomainName or ComputerName cannot be found, DsGetDcName() attempts to locate a domain controller in the domain having the GUID specified by DomainGuid........
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SiteName - [in] Pointer to a null-terminated string that specifies the name of the site where the returned domain controller should physically exist. If this parameter is NULL, DsGetDcName() attempts to return a domain controller in the site closest to the site of the computer specified by ComputerName. This parameter should be NULL, by default........
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If the DS_FORCE_REDISCOVERY flag is not specified, this function uses cached domain controller data. If the cached data is more than 15 minutes old, the cache is refreshed by pinging the domain controller. If this flag is specified, this refresh is avoided even if the cached data is expired. This flag should be used if the DsGetDcName() function is called periodically........
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TITLE : Win32 users and groups programming: the C functions and structures definition for Module M and N
DsGetDcName() attempts to find a domain controller that supports directory service functions (MicrosoftR WindowsR 2000 and later). If a domain controller that supports directory services is not available, DsGetDcName() returns the name of a non-directory service domain controller. However, DsGetDcName() only returns a non-directory service domain controller after the attempt to find a directory service domain controller times out........
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DsGetDcName() will place the Internet protocol address of the domain controller in the DomainControllerAddress member of DomainControllerInfo........
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Specify either DS_IS_DNS_NAME or DS_IS_FLAT_NAME. If neither flag is specified, DsGetDcName() may take longer to find a domain controller because it may have to search for both the DNS-style and flat name........
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DomainControllerInfo - [out] Pointer to a PDOMAIN_CONTROLLER_INFO value that receives a pointer to a DOMAIN_CONTROLLER_INFO structure that contains data about the domain controller selected. This structure is allocated by DsGetDcName(). The caller must free the structure using the NetApiBufferFree() function when it is no longer required........
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The DsGetDcName() function is sent to the Netlogon service on the remote computer specified by ComputerName. If ComputerName is NULL, the function is processed on the local computer. DsGetDcName() does not verify that the domain controller name returned is the name of an actual domain controller or global catalog. If mutual authentication is required, the caller must perform the authentication........
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