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VBA & LDAP Query get object's properties

Posted on 2014-01-22
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Last Modified: 2014-01-23
Need a function! It gets computer name and returns property from Active Directory on my choice like description or whenCreated.

I have several OU to look into so all of them are needed to be put into the code of function:
eur.mydomain.com/FRP/SMZ/SMZ Workstations 7/
eur.mydomain.com/FRP/SMZ/SMZ Workstations 7 Lite/
eur.mydomain.com/FRP/SMZ/SMZ XP Workstations/
eur.mydomain.com/FRP/SMZ/SMZ XP Workstations/SMZ XP Lite Client Base Workstations
eur.mydomain.com/FRP/SMZ/SMZ XP Workstations/SMZ XP Lite Client Base Workstations/SMZ XP Lite Client Shared User Workstations/
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RobSampson earned 2000 total points
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Hi, have a look at this macro enabled workbook.  If you put your computer name in column A, and the attribute names you want in row 1, then run the GetData sub, it will populate those cells with the information for each computer.



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Thank you so much!

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Thank you so much!
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No problem. Thanks for the grade.

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