Ok, I'll take your word for it... could have nightmares otherwise....!
> Thanks Bob,
> I work from home, and my wife reads/posts to cooking newsgroups.
> I hardly ever use newsgroups, so I suffer with the Z_Girl thing.
> I'm not sure what Z_Girl means. Of course my wife like most wives
> can be mysterious.
> Thanks again
> > Hello girl named Jim.... ?
> > Anyway, you can replace the domain with your workgroup
> > name... so your call should look something like:
> > GetObject("WinNT://" & <DOMAIN OR WORKGROUP NAME HERE>
> > & "/" & <COMPUTER NAME HERE> & ",computer")
> > Note the "computer" bit specifies what type of objects to
> > search... and of course the WinNT:// bit is the provider...
> > If your code already uses WinNT then leave that part and
> > just change the domain to your workgroup name and the
> > computer name to whatever the new server is called...
> > Without seeing some code or having more info I can't tell
> > you if this is all you need to do...
> > Cheers
> > >-----Original Message-----
> > >Hi
> > >I've got a client who had a developer make a mountain out
> > of a mole hill
> > >when it came to development of a intranet application.
> > I've gotta
> > >duplicate the application on my W2K server.
> > >I have a standalone W2K server. Their are ADSI settings
> > for what looks
> > >like login credentials. I guess they wanted to use that
> > instead of a
> > >standard
> > >web login page. Anyways. I've never dealt with ADSI.
> > >On a standalone W2K server, with standard installation,
> > whats the
> > >easiest way to get ADSI enabled.
> > >Their are two configuration settings I need to set in the
> > application itself
> > >(ADSI_Domain
> > >and ADSI_Provider).
> > >Looks like ADSI_Domain variable refers to a Domain
> > Controller server
> > >and my server is a standalone and is not a Domain
> > Controller.
> > >The other variable is ADSI_Provider.
> > >Their using WinNT:// as a value which tells me their not
> > using LDAP.
> > >Which is good or not good. I'm not sure because I'm a
> > web developer
> > >not a networking expert.
> > >Any thoughts on ADSI setup and what values I should put
> > for the DOMAIN
> > >and Provider values would be greatly appreciated for this
> > WorkGroup setup
> > >W2K standalone
> > >server.
> > >Regards,
> > >Jim
> > >.