Can't programatically create a Domain group
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2005 07:55:59 -0600
I have a windows 2k3 server (Euclid) that belongs to a w2k active directory
(BudTest is the server, budtest.com is the domain).
The service I wrote in VB.Net to run on Euclid has to create new groups on
I copied the code from the microsoft web site:
The only change I made was to the LDAP address. I was able to do
Children.Find() and get a
response, so I'm pretty sure my LDAP address is right.
When I run it, when the code reaches the objGroup.CommitChanges line, it
throws an exception.
With a little digging, I got "The server is unwilling to process the
My service runs under a domain account. I delegated control of the
appropriat OU to the account, and I even tried adding the account to the
domain administrators. Still nothing.
After google-ing the problem, it seems that the error message is a generic
response from the AD.
I don't suppose anyone can tell me what could be going on that the
off-the-shelf solution would throw errors?
Thanks in advance
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