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How to create a WCF Service to return the Active directory Role

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I have created a WCF service  to check if a user has access to application and what type of role access they would hvae on the application.
The code worked find when it was located in the application, but when I moved the code to a WCF service so many people can use this service I am getting a "object Null reference Error".

I have attached the filed to my WCF service. I just want to return the role name to the client side.
ABLoginService.txt
IFeeledger.txt
FeeWebConfig.txt
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hi

create a WCF application that operates all the active directory functions.

http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/uploadfile/ledomoon/creating-active-directory-service-using-wcf/
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