c# LDAP create new active directory user

public static string CreateUserAccount(string ldapPath, string userName, string userPassword)
{
    string oGUID = string.Empty;
    try
    {
        //    for example an ldap path : 
        //    10.20.12.11:389/OU=PORTAL,DC=TESTDOMAIN,DC=entptst,DC=local
        string connectionPrefix = "LDAP://" + ldapPath;
        DirectoryEntry dirEntry = new DirectoryEntry(connectionPrefix, "TESTDOMAIN\\admin", "secret");
        DirectoryEntry newUser = dirEntry.Children.Add("CN=" + userName, "user");
        newUser.Properties["samAccountName"].Value = userName;
        newUser.CommitChanges();
        oGUID = newUser.Guid.ToString();

        //If you dont have an SSL connection you can not set password
        newUser.Invoke("SetPassword", new object[] { userPassword });
        newUser.Properties["LockOutTime"].Value = 0;

        //Enable user
        int val = (int)newUser.Properties["userAccountControl"].Value;
        newUser.Properties["userAccountControl"].Value = val & ~0x2;

        newUser.CommitChanges();


        dirEntry.Close();
        newUser.Close();
    }
    catch (System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryServicesCOMException E)
    {
        //DoSomethingwith --> E.Message.ToString();

    }
    return oGUID;
}

Get URL without QueryString in ASP.NET

Is there an easy way to get the url part without the query string of a given Url?

Yeap .

string  sample = Request.Url.GetLeftPart(UriPartial.Path);

Or long way:

string stringUri = “https://blog.bugrapostaci.com/test.aspx?lang=en”;
Uri uri = new Uri(stringUri);
string query = uri.Query;
string url = stringUri.Substring(0, stringUri.Length – query.Length);

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Remote Debugging Access Denied Visual Studio 2008

Check both remote and local machine Windows Firewall entries.

In Remote Machine:
Open and Check  Remote debugger monitor and go to Tools -> Permissions and grant the user’s permission to Allow Debug.

One thing that can be missing is File and Printer sharing on the remote machine should open the following ports: TCP 139TCP 445UDP 137, and UDP 138.

Even if you have configured properly remote debugger and set permission correct but still getting “access denied” error when remote debugging . Possibly, your account for network connection is differnt from as server remote debuggers defined user. you may store a credental for target server before remote debugging and its username/password not match servers user for debugging.

You can remove stored networks passwords for specific targets in your client computer.

Control Panel->User Accounts->manage your networks passwords

opens “Stored Usernames and Passwords” windows.

Select account and click  remove button .Try again for remote debugging.