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Display groups from LDAP in a web application using vb.net

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Hi

I think I posted theis question in the wrong section earlier. Could you please help me with this!!!

 
I want to display all groups present in the LDAP (UMDS) in a web application which is developed using vb.net.

Could you please help me. I have been reading all the comments and questions on this forum and am trying to put pieces together. ANy help would be appreciated. The groups are just displayed so I guess do not need to connect with a passowrd annonymous access should be fine.

Thanks in advance

Madhavi
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