ADSI abstracts the capabilities of directory services from different network providers to present a single set of directory service interfaces for accessing and managing network resources. Administrators and developers can use ADSI services to enumerate and manage resources in a directory service, no matter which network environment contains the resource. This can be an LDAP-based, NDS-based, or NTDS-based directory.
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|ADSI and Directory Services||
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|Microsoft ADSI Overview||
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Active Directory Service Interfaces (ADSI) abstract the capabilities of different directory services from different network vendors to present a single set of directory service interfaces for managing network resources. Administrators and developers can use ADSI to manage the resources in a directory service, regardless of which network environment contains the resource. ADSI enables administrators to automate common tasks such as adding users and groups, managing printers, and setting permissions on network resources. ADSI gives developers access to multiple directory service providers through an open set of interfaces. Applications written to ADSI will work with any directory service that offers an ADSI provider. For example, with ADSI, applications can access LDAP, NDS, the Active Directory service, and other directories with ADSI interfaces as long as the appropriate service providers are available.
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