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Professional ADSI Programming- Active Directory Services Interface Simon Robinson

Professional ADSI Programming- Active Directory Services Interface

Simon Robinson

Published October 1st 1999
ISBN : 9781861002266
Paperback
774 pages
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Windows 2000 is just around the corner, and with it a new buzzword: Directory Enabled Applications. Microsoft is relentlessly pushing its goal of making applications as simple for the end user as possible, and that means big changes are coming forMoreWindows 2000 is just around the corner, and with it a new buzzword: Directory Enabled Applications. Microsoft is relentlessly pushing its goal of making applications as simple for the end user as possible, and that means big changes are coming for the way that applications share and access data with each other and with the operating system. In short, if any item of data is likely to be of interest to more than one application, then it should be stored in a directory. The directory should have a single, unified means of access from different applications, and - at least in Windows - the recommended means of access is through the Active Directory Services Interfaces (ADSI). Professional ADSI Programming is for anyone who wants to learn about ADSI and use it to program clients and providers, but it is also about more than that. Its about writing commercial applications that will look professional and meet the expectations of your end-users in the days of Windows 2000.