DirectoryEntry properties

Here’s a list based on a script I found at: http://geekswithblogs.net/mnf/archive/2006/04/20/75646.aspx

(Of course, bloggingaccident.com is not a SharePoint site and certainly doesn’t have AD, but I changed the domain to it to protect my innocent VM.)

objectClass=top;person;organizationalPerson;user

cn=teststudent2

sn=Student2

givenName=Test

distinguishedName=CN=teststudent2,CN=Users,DC=bloggingaccident,DC=com

instanceType=4

whenCreated=7/23/2008 2:59:23 PM

whenChanged=7/24/2008 8:12:12 PM

displayName=teststudent2

uSNCreated=System.__ComObject

memberOf=CN=Group Name,CN=Users,DC=bloggingaccident,DC=com

uSNChanged=System.__ComObject

name=teststudent2

objectGUID=System.Byte[]

userAccountControl=66048

badPwdCount=0

codePage=0

countryCode=0

employeeID=927654321

badPasswordTime=System.__ComObject

lastLogoff=System.__ComObject

lastLogon=System.__ComObject

pwdLastSet=System.__ComObject

primaryGroupID=513

objectSid=System.Byte[]

accountExpires=System.__ComObject

logonCount=39

sAMAccountName=teststudent2

sAMAccountType=805306368

userPrincipalName=teststudent2@bloggingaccident.com

objectCategory=CN=Person,CN=Schema,CN=Configuration,DC=bloggingaccident,DC=com

mail=teststudent2@bloggingaccident.com

nTSecurityDescriptor=System.__ComObject

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