Get domain DN

([adsi]”).distinguishedName

That’s all you need.  Nothing more.

Just remember that all ADSI in Net Framework is defaulted to the current domain.  There is never a need to set it  like in VBScript.  Just use the objects and they will all be defualted to the most commong and most useful values.

[adsi]” – gets the currect domain root.

[adsisearcher]” gets the searcher.

([adsisearcher]’objectCategory=user’).FindAll()

([adsiseracher]’samAccountName=john smith’).FindOne()  #search for one user by samname

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