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LDAP Asynchronous Operations Technology Sample

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This sample demonstrates how to use an LdapConnection to do directory operations asynchronously. This sample is available only in Visual C#.

For information about using the samples, see the following topics:

To build the sample

  1. Open a Command Prompt window and navigate to the AsyncSend\CS directory.

  2. Type msbuild asyncsend.sln at the command line.

To run the sample

  1. Navigate to the directory that contains the built executable file, using the command prompt.

  2. Type asyncsend followed by its arguments and press Enter.

This sample has the following syntax:

asyncsend <ldapServer> <user> <pwd> <domain> <targetOU>

ldapServer

The server.

user

Your user name.

pwd

Your password.

domain

The Active Directory domain.

targetOU

The target organizational unit (OU).

Here is an example:

AsyncSend.exe myDC1.testDom.fabrikam.com user1 secret@~1 testDom OU=samples,DC=testDom,DC=fabrikam,DC=com

NoteNote

This sample is a console application. You must start and run it in a Command Prompt window to view its output.

This sample defines the following methods.

Method

Description

CreateConnection

Connects to the server using a LdapConnection.

CreateObjectsToSearch

Creates a specified number of objects to search.

DoNotificationSearch

Performs a notification search asynchronously.

DeleteObjectsToSearch

Deletes search objects.

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