May 192011
 

Hi All,

Another quick one while I’m working on these.

The following will give you the names of all your Domain Controllers in the Domain Controllers OU or at least the computers in the Domain Controllers OU.


function GetDC() {

var arrDCs = [];

objRootDSE = GetObject("LDAP://RootDSE");
strDomain = objRootDSE.Get("DefaultNamingContext");
objConnection = new ActiveXObject("ADODB.Connection");
objConnection.Provider="ADsDSOObject";
objConnection.Open("ADs Provider");
objCommand = new ActiveXObject("ADODB.Command");
objCommand.ActiveConnection = objConnection;
var Dom = "LDAP://OU=Domain Controllers,"+strDomain;
objCommand.CommandText = "select name from '"+Dom+"' WHERE objectCategory = 'computer' ORDER BY name ASC";

objRecordSet = objCommand.Execute();

objRecordSet.Movefirst;

while(!(objRecordSet.EoF)) {
arrDCs.push(objRecordSet.Fields('Name').Value);
objRecordSet.MoveNext;
}
return arrDCs;
}

This function will return an array containing a list of the members names in the Domain Controllers OU.
The list that is returned can be modified by changing the search query.

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