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Is it possible to connect to the LDAP with ADO in JavaScrpt? I know how to connect in VBScript but I would like to connect without IIS. Thanks in advance for your help.
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AFAIK Javascript doesn't support ADO data access.  You can write an AJAX driven page that makes a request to a web service of yours (written in some other language like PHP or ASP.NET), but you NEED that web service on the backend to do ADO.
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Thanks for your response. It looks like I will have to use VBScript. Which, incidently, is fine, and works without IIS when used in a HTA file but one of my JavaScript functions will not execute correctly.
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