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Posted on 2010-11-30
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I've done this in the past, and even got help with it here.  The difference, in this case, is that before the group name within the LDAP path was designated as OU=GroupName. The group I'm working with now is CN=GroupName.

It would follow that I could just change the existing code to CN=GroupName and that would fix it but the drop down list isn't populating. I'm hoping it's something trivial that I missed.

Thanks!!
Public Sub FillDropdown()

        Dim ldapPath As String = "LDAP://CN=GroupName,DC=Departments,DC=ad,DC=domain,DC=com"

        Dim de As New DirectoryEntry(ldapPath)

        Dim ds As New DirectorySearcher(de)

        ds.PageSize = 1000

        ds.Filter = "(objectCategory=User)"



        Dim colUsers As ArrayList

        colUsers = New ArrayList

        Dim result As SearchResult



        For Each result In ds.FindAll()

            colUsers.Add(result.Properties("cn")(0))

        Next result

        colUsers.Sort()

        DropDownList1.DataSource = colUsers

        DropDownList1.DataBind()

        de.Dispose()

    End Sub

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Thanks CC!!
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Glad to help :-)
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