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Get Groups from Active Directory in Access 2007

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I would like to query the list of groups from active directory and populate a combobox in Access 2007 with the results. Then, based on the group selected, I would like to retrieve the phone numbers from the general tab for each member of the group and drop the numbers into a module for processing. Can this be done? Thanks.
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There are some good instructions and insight here.
http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/is/isvvba/thread/3ce22918-8d63-42c1-9e02-20f1df2a1835

 It was written for Access 2002 though.

May be helpful however.

Let me know.

~:TLH:~
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