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Update proxyAddresses property in Active Directory (AD) using System.DirectoryServices
Update proxyAddresses property in Active Directory (AD) using System.DirectoryServices I have been asked if I could provide an example of reading / writing the property proxyAddresses – so hopefully this will help. Some basic assumptions: A binding has already been created (DirectoryEntry object), and we are going to work with that entry (we’ll refer to userEntry for our bound object reference); the proxyAddresses default prefixes (SMTP, smtp, and smtp-pager) already exist in the proxyAddresses ......

Posted On Sunday, December 18, 2005 3:48 PM

Custom Properties in AD , Open DirectorySearcher Queries and Large LDAP Queries
Custom Properties in AD , Open DirectorySearcher Queries and Large LDAP Queries QUESTION Mike, I am new to AD and LDAP but have programmed the last couple of years in C#. I have read your articles. I am trying to write a program that will go in and check three columns in a User OU for each of the objects in that OU. I need to check the sAMAccountName, EmployeeNumber and UIDNumber. I have to make sure that the EN and the UID are the same but they must be different than the sAMAccountName. I then must ......

Posted On Sunday, December 11, 2005 9:01 AM

How do I get my DotNetNuke (DNN) Portal Site In Search Engines
How do I get my DotNetNuke (DNN) Portal Site In Search Engines I delved into the DNN arena earlier this year - and I'm very happy I did. A common question I have come across is, “How do I get my DNN Portal in search engines?” I found a very good article that reviews the key points for your success, and thought I'd link to it here for you. Many thanks for John for this information: http://www.dotnetnukesites.... Enjoy ......

Posted On Saturday, December 10, 2005 5:03 PM

Local paths or mapped drives are not allowed in a farm, UNC notation is required
Local paths or mapped drives are not allowed in a farm, UNC notation is required If you are trying to restore a SharePoint Portal backup and you see this error - and you, like me (big smile) - are new to SPS - then this will drive you nuts!!! SharePoint does not backup/restore to / from physical drives / paths. You have to setup a share on the server and backup to and restore from a share. For example, if I have a backup.xml manifest in the C:\SPSBackup folder, and I attempt to restore from this ......

Posted On Friday, December 9, 2005 12:37 PM

The version in the manifest file does not correspond with the current version of SharePoint Portal Server
The version in the manifest file does not correspond with the current version of SharePoint Portal Server If you are trying to restore a complete portal backup from one setup to another, you may receive this error. So, what version of SharePoint are you running? Regular SPS 03 deployment, or SP1 or 2 applied? 1. On the server, go to 'Add or Remove Programs' 2. For SPS and/or WSS, click 'Click Here for Support Information'. Note the version numbers below: Standard Installation: Windows SharePoint ......

Posted On Friday, December 9, 2005 12:19 PM

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