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Retrieving group members/users from active directory using the Net namespace - AccountManagement

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Retrieving group members/users from active directory using the Net namespace - AccountManagement.  should the client machine must be on the domain to retrieve some AD Object details like security and membership.
Could anybody please let me know how can I do this with account management namespace
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yes you need to be on domain to access AD and that too with admin rights on AD.

Well i really don't know why would you like to go for method other than System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement namespace, here is an article to help you do that:-

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/90142/Everything-in-Active-Directory-via-C-NET-3-5-Using
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could you please let me how can I do that by using system.directory Services instead of using account management.Like without being on the domain to access AD
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