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Posted on 2007-07-31
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Hi guys!

Id like to be able to query our 2003 AD domain through Perl if possible, or by calling a vbscript wrapped in a perl program.
The idea behind it is that id like to run the query as a cgi program so that I can obtain a list of all systems in our AD in a web browser.

Any help greatly appreciated.
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FishMonger earned 2000 total points
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I don't work in an AD network, so I've never needed to develop this type of script, but if you want to go the Perl route, you'd use the Win32::OLE module.  http://search.cpan.org/~jdb/libwin32-0.27/OLE/lib/Win32/OLE.pm

Here's an example from another forum.

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Thanks Fish!

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