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Add a domain user into a local group when the domain is not available


Add a domain user into a local group when the domain is not available

By : user2956616
Date : November 22 2020, 10:56 AM
around this issue No, not without joining the computer to the domain containing the domain user to add locally or at least to a domain for which a trust exists with the domain containing the user to add locally.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc739265(v=ws.10).aspx
code :


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Adding Active Directory sub domain user to main domain group

Adding Active Directory sub domain user to main domain group


By : TCF
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . You're relying on the IADsGroup.Add method. The correct syntax would be (I think - I'm a C# user):
code :
oGroup.Invoke("Add", new object[] { oUser.Path }
C#, why I can't add domain user into local group?

C#, why I can't add domain user into local group?


By : user2926691
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you Why this code doesn work ? What I want to do is add domain user into local group.
code :
string userPath = string.Format("WinNT://{0}/{1},user", domain, user);
string groupPath = string.Format("WinNT://{0}/{1},group", Environment.MachineName, group);
using (DirectoryEntry group = new DirectoryEntry(groupPath))
{
    group.Invoke("Add", userPath);
    group.CommitChanges();
}
how to get domain user SID which is part of local system group

how to get domain user SID which is part of local system group


By : Eukaliptus
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps To get the SID of the DirectoryEntry, you have to get the extended properties of the user/group. You can get these properties by calling .Properties on the DirectoryEntry. You can access each of the properties by using ["propertyName"].Value but for SID, you have to convert the SID's byte array to string. Below is the convert method from codeproject site and how to use this.
Method to convert Byte to String is taken from here
code :
    private static string ConvertByteToStringSid(Byte[] sidBytes)
        {
            StringBuilder strSid = new StringBuilder();
            strSid.Append("S-");
            try
            {
                // Add SID revision.
                strSid.Append(sidBytes[0].ToString());
                // Next six bytes are SID authority value.
                if (sidBytes[6] != 0 || sidBytes[5] != 0)
                {
                    string strAuth = String.Format
                        ("0x{0:2x}{1:2x}{2:2x}{3:2x}{4:2x}{5:2x}",
                        (Int16)sidBytes[1],
                        (Int16)sidBytes[2],
                        (Int16)sidBytes[3],
                        (Int16)sidBytes[4],
                        (Int16)sidBytes[5],
                        (Int16)sidBytes[6]);
                    strSid.Append("-");
                    strSid.Append(strAuth);
                }
                else
                {
                    Int64 iVal = (Int32)(sidBytes[1]) +
                        (Int32)(sidBytes[2] << 8) +
                        (Int32)(sidBytes[3] << 16) +
                        (Int32)(sidBytes[4] << 24);
                    strSid.Append("-");
                    strSid.Append(iVal.ToString());
                }

                // Get sub authority count...
                int iSubCount = Convert.ToInt32(sidBytes[7]);
                int idxAuth = 0;
                for (int i = 0; i < iSubCount; i++)
                {
                    idxAuth = 8 + i * 4;
                    UInt32 iSubAuth = BitConverter.ToUInt32(sidBytes, idxAuth);
                    strSid.Append("-");
                    strSid.Append(iSubAuth.ToString());
                }
            }
            catch (Exception ex)
            {

                return "";
            }
            return strSid.ToString();
        }
    var coll = memberEntry.Properties;
    object obVal = coll["objectSid"].Value;
    object userSID;
    if (null != obVal)
    {
        userSID = ConvertByteToStringSid((Byte[])obVal);
    }
Add Domain User Account to Local Group Windows Puppet

Add Domain User Account to Local Group Windows Puppet


By : Chinni Marri
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you My current workaround is a custom module to run a batch file with "net localgroup" commands:
How to add a Domain Account user into a Local Group?

How to add a Domain Account user into a Local Group?


By : Victor Moreira Barbo
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need You should be able to connect to AD using explicit credentials against a specific DC like this:
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