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When using ADSI to create user, error returned as "80072035 The server is unwilling to process the request".

Posted on 2004-10-06
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Hi all, I use the ADSI in VB6.0 to create user as following:

Dim sPrefix, sContainerDN, sadminname, sadminpwd
Dim sUser
sPrefix="LDAP://temp.company.net/"
sContainerDN="OU=Person,OU=companySSO,DC=company,DC=net"
sadminname="COMPANYNET\administrator"
sadminpwd="password"

Dim oNameSpace, oOUCont
Set oNameSpace = GetObject("LDAP:")
Set oOUCont = oNameSpace.OpenDSObject(sPrefix & sContainerDN, sadminname, sadminpwd, 0)
Set User = oOUCont.Create("user", "cn=test0001")
User.Put "samAccountName", "test0001"
User.SetInfo     ' <- error occur here

If Err.Number <> 0 Then
  MsgBox Err.Number & ": " & Err.Description & " - " & Err.Source
else
  Msgbox "Success"
End If

The returned error occurred at User.SetInfo and the error is: "80072035 The server is unwilling to process the request".
Could anyone give me some hints?

Thanks a lot.
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Question by:heikan
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Julian Hansen earned 500 total points
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I modified your script slightly as shown below. By specifying the CN=Users in the DNName field it worked successfully. I am not sure about how your environment is setup but try modifying your script accordingly.


Dim sPrefix, sContainerDN, sadminname, sadminpwd
Dim sUser
sPrefix="LDAP://marcorp/" <--- I did not use this but you can modify based on change below
sContainerDN="OU=Person,OU=companySSO,DC=company,DC=net" <--- I did not use this but you can modify based on change below
sadminname="Marcorp\administrator"
sadminpwd="tqbfjotld"

Dim oNameSpace, oOUCont
Set oNameSpace = GetObject("LDAP:")
Set oOUCont = oNameSpace.OpenDSObject("LDAP://cn=users,DC=mydomain,DC=local", sadminname, sadminpwd, 0)   <---- changed the object definition
Set User = oOUCont.Create("user", "cn=test0001")
User.Put "samAccountName", "test0001"
User.SetInfo     ' <- error occur here

If Err.Number <> 0 Then
  MsgBox Err.Number & ": " & Err.Description & " - " & Err.Source
else
  Msgbox "Success"
End If
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