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Query Active Directory using VB?

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Hi there. I have an application that outputs a list of user id's to an Excel spreadsheet. The problem is, I need to resolve the user id's into the user name. I want to be able to query Active Directory with the user id, and return the full user name. Can anyone help with this please?
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