TrustedUserDomainCollection object

The TrustedUserDomainCollection object contains a collection of TrustedUserDomain objects. The collection enables AD RMS to process license requests from users whose rights account certificates (RACs) were issued by AD RMS installations in other forests. To import the external domains associated with another AD RMS installation, you can call the Import method and specify the external server licensor certificate. You can retrieve the collection by calling the TrustedUserDomains property on the TrustPolicy object.

Members

The TrustedUserDomainCollection object has these types of members:

Methods

The TrustedUserDomainCollection object has these methods.

MethodDescription
Clear

Removes all objects from the collection (inherited from IList).

Contains

Determines whether the collection contains a specific object (inherited from IList).

CopyTo

Copies the collection elements to an array, starting at a specified index (inherited from ICollection).

Import

Imports external trusted user domains into the collection.

IndexOf

Retrieves the index of a specific object in the collection (inherited from IList).

Refresh

Updates the current collection instance from the collection of trusted user domains on the server.

Remove

Removes the first occurrence of the specified object from the collection (inherited from IList).

RemoveAt

Removes the object at the specified index from the collection (inherited from IList).

 

Properties

The TrustedUserDomainCollection object has these properties.

PropertyDescription

Count

Retrieves the number of objects contained in the collection (inherited from ICollection).

Item

Specifies or retrieves the object at the specified index (inherited from IList).

 

Examples



DIM config_manager
DIM admin_role

' *******************************************************************
' Create and initialize a ConfigurationManager object.

SUB InitObject()

  CALL WScript.Echo( "Create ConfigurationManager object...")
  SET config_manager = CreateObject _
    ("Microsoft.RightsManagementServices.Admin.ConfigurationManager")      
  CheckError()
    
  CALL WScript.Echo( "Initialize...")
  admin_role=config_manager.Initialize(false,"localhost",80,"","","")
  CheckError()

END SUB

' *******************************************************************
' Retrieve trusted user domain collection.

SUB GetTrustedUsers()

  DIM trustPolicy
  DIM tudColl
  DIM Tud

  ' Retrieve the trust policy object.
  SET trustPolicy = config_manager.Enterprise.TrustPolicy
  CheckError()

  ' Retrieve the trusted user domain collection object.
  SET tudColl = trustPolicy.TrustedUserDomains
  CheckError()

  ' Remove all domains from the collection.
  tudColl.Clear()
  CheckError()

  ' Import new trusted user domains into the collection.
  SET Tud = tudColl.Import( "TUD_Name", _
                            "c:\certFile.bin", _
                            False)
  CheckError() 

  IF tudColl.Count < 1 OR IsNull(Tud.Id) THEN
    CALL RaiseError(-610, "Import failed.")
  END IF
 
  ' Remove the trusted user domain object.
  tudColl.Remove( Tud )
  CheckError()

END SUB

' *******************************************************************
' Error checking function.

FUNCTION CheckError()
  CheckError = Err.number
  IF Err.number <> 0 THEN
    CALL WScript.Echo( vbTab & "*****Error Number: " _
                       & Err.number _
                       & " Desc:" _
                       & Err.Description _
                       & "*****")
    WScript.StdErr.Write(Err.Description)
    WScript.Quit( Err.number )
  END IF
END FUNCTION

' *******************************************************************
' Generate a runtime error.

SUB RaiseError(errId, desc)
  CALL Err.Raise( errId, "", desc )
  CheckError()
END SUB


Requirements

Minimum supported client

None supported

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008 [desktop apps only]

Assembly

Microsoft.RightsManagementServices.Admin.dll

See also

Active Directory Rights Management Services Scripting API Reference
TrustedUserDomain

 

 

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