Seeing return codes from active directory

HI all,
I am testing a web application that when users login, they are authenticated against the companies Active Directory.
What I need to do is, once the application makes a call to the AD for authentication, I want to see the AD code returned to the application e.g. 52e for a valid account, 530 for an account that is currently time restricted etc..
Can anyone tell me how to do this?!?
Many thanks in advance!!!
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PakaCommented:
To get that type of detail, you'll have to create a function that will return a value based upon a query to Active Directory for the individual account details.  Here are a couple examples in VBScript:
http://www.activexperts.com/activmonitor/windowsmanagement/adminscripts/usersgroups/users/#DisplayAllowedLogon.htm
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