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Using Treeview to list active directory items

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I have never used treeview, but have a need for it to list items in active directory.  How do you set this up?
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by:athomsfere
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Are you on the DC? Or looking at the drive with the domain on it for the DC?
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The following link has the code which does what you want:

http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php?t=555544

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I will just be on a workstation not the dc.

I'm looking at that code now to see if I can import that or get it to work.
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by:gbarcalow
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What are you trying to list? Users?
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by:chadmanvb
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I was hoping to be able to see all the ou's and cn's.  Then be able to click on the cn I need to change some properties for that cn.  I like the tree idea because they can be in many differant places and the users can just drill down to the cn they need.  I can then limit them to only change the properties I need them to.
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Wow, this is going to work out great.  Thanks for the link.
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