If you use NetScaler you will want to see these guides. The NetScaler How To Guides show administrators how to get NetScaler up and configured by providing instructions for common scenarios and some not so common ones.
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If you use the DirectoryEntry, it marshals the value as an ADSI IADsLargeInteger type, which at runtime is a System.__ComObject. This is annoying, but you can get the value with a little interop and some data munging. This works for me: dim entry as new DirectoryEntry("LDAP://yourdn here") dim pwd as object = entry.Properties("lastLogon").Value dim pwdDate as DateTime pwdDate = DateTime.FromFileTimeUtc(GetInt64FromLargeInteger(pwd)) Function GetInt64FromLargeInteger(byval largeInteger as Object) as Int64 dim low as int32 dim high as int32 dim valBytes(7) as byte dim longInt as IADsLargeInteger = Ctype(largeInteger, IADsLargeInteger) low = longInt.LowPart high = longInt.HighPart BitConverter.GetBytes(low).CopyTo(valBytes, 0) BitConverter.GetBytes(high).CopyTo(valBytes, 4) Return BitConverter.ToInt64(valBytes, 0) End Function <ComImport(), Guid("9068270b-0939-11D1-8be1-00c04fd8d503"), InterfaceTypeAttribute(ComInterfaceType.InterfaceIsDual)> _ public interface IADsLargeInteger property HighPart as int32 property LowPart as int32 end interface
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