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How do I remove a resource using ADSI

Posted on 1999-07-01
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Last Modified: 2012-05-04
I am trying to use the IADsFileServiceOperations to disconnect a resource.  Here is my syntax...

Dim fso As IADsFileServiceOperations, Resource As IADsresource
Set fso = GetObject("WinNT://Domain/Computer/LanmanServer")

For Each Resource In fso.Resources
    fso.Resources.Remove Resource.Name

I'm getting an error that says object doesn't support this action.  Any help would be appreciated.
Question by:HeavnerJ
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Take a look at this site. It contains kinds of code about administrating NT

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ID: 1521342
You are using late binding.
Try setting a reference to ADSI and use early binding.
If you are using VB6 then if do not have SP3 with ADO2.11 installed you will get all sorts of spurious problems.
I had many problems of a similar nature until I installed the service packs.


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