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Active directory linked as query via Access

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I want to be able to link Active Directory via something like a pass-thru query so that I can retrieve full user name phone number, etc in real time so that if a new user is added to AD , I can get this information
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This link might help.  Its a vb script that reads user info from Active Directory and puts it into a CSV file.  The same concept could potentially be used to create an Access Table or Dataset.

http://www.wisesoft.co.uk/scripts/vbscript_extract_user_data_to_csv.aspx
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I followed it through and used pieces of the code
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