Definitive VB.Net Book for Programming Active Directory

I'm looking for an excellent book about programming Active Directory (Microsoft LDAP) from One with lots of practical code examples. I found the book "Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory Programming" but it's a bit old and seems to focus on ADSI in VBSCript. I'm not scripting so I want more .net centric examples.

Anyone found a great book?

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havent found any .net specific ones but have used the one you mentioned. most of the samples can be used with some modification. Once you learn how to hande AD type stuff in .net, the rest is just knowing the correct query strings to use which is what you can get from that book.
mooseguy57Author Commented:
So, there must not be any .net classes specific to Active Directory? The ADSI and ADO stuff is what you use? Thanks.
just the stuff in the SYstem.DirectoryServices namespace

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mooseguy57Author Commented:
That's good info. Thanks. Marty
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That's an adaquate answer. Thank you. Please close out.
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