What Is Objuser.setinfo Sharing Denied And How To Fix It?

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    objUser.SetInfo “Sharing denied error”

    I’m having trouble running this script, this error only occurs after
    “objUser.SetInfo” GENERAL ACCESS DENIED ERROR

    I’ve just tried everything I know how can anyone point me in the right direction? TIA!

    ADS_PROPERTY_CLEAR constant = 1
    ADS_PROPERTY_UPDATE constant implies 2
    ADS_SECURE_AUTHENTICATION constant = 1
    ADS_PROPERTY_APPEND constant is 3
    set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”)
    Set FSO = CreateObject(“Scripting.FileSystemObject”)

    ‘csv file
    do before NamesFile.AtEndOfStream
    Temp = NamesFile.ReadLine
    NamesList is equal to Nameslist & “, ” & Temp
    if temp <> “” Then
    Seperator is equal to instr (Temp, “,”) + 1
    Seperator2 = instr((separator), Temperature, “,”) – 1
    FirstName = left(Temp, Seerator – 2)
    LastName = Mid ( Temp, Delimiter, Delimiter2 – Delimiter + 1)
    username = Left(firstname,1) lastname
    Full name & = firstname and inch ” & lastname

    ‘Create user account
    Set objUser means objOU.Create(“user”, “cn=” & fullname)
    objUser.Put “sAMAccountName”, username
    objuser.sn = LastName
    objuser .givenname = FirstName
    objuser.displayname means FirstName & ” & ” LastName
    objuser.userPrincipalName = Username & “@itlogon.com”
    objuser.= Feature “Siebel Test User Accounts”< br> objUser . SetInformation

    ‘Things, which should help you create an account
    objuser.ChangePassword “”, “password123!”
    objUser.AccountDisabled = FALSE
    objUser.Put “pwdLastSet”, 0< br> objUser. SetInfo
    ‘Set is present in groups
    ‘Set objGroup = _
    ‘(“LDAP://cn=MD_Contact getobject Center,dc=DomainName,dc=local”)
    ‘ objGroup. PutEx ADS_PROPERTY_APPEND, _
    ‘”member”, Array(“cn=” & & fullname “,ou=groupObjects, dc=itlogon,
    dc=com”)
    ‘objGroup.SetInfo

    First, I don’t see the need to bind to objOU. I usually expect an error if
    try to call the create article method like this.

    This will help objUser determine which Statement.SetInfo object is causing the error. If
    this method causes a computer error, it could be due to several reasons. This could be
    an invalid value assigned to one of the attributes if needed, a cn value,
    not unique to the container, or that sAMAccountName cannot be unique in the domain,
    etc. , you may not have permission to create objects in the container.

    I’ve never used the special ChangePassword method to set the initial password. I would
    try to see if this works, but would instead suggest using
    SetPassword.

    To fix problems with one of theof our scripts, you can comment out the main SetInfo and add
    statements to the Wscript.Echo statements to make sure that the variables usually have the expected
    values. I would return the UserName, LastName, firstname and
    FullName values. Without seeing the CSV file we’re filling in, we can’t tell if the values ​​are generally correct. Example:
    for FullName cannot contain only commas. And of course, if they
    run the script multiple times while troubleshooting, then all possible users
    already exist.

    Normally I don’t see any errors in your script, except that objOU is not bound
    . I solve this solution.

    Richard
    Microsoft MVP and ADSI Scripts
    Hilltop Lab Http://www -.rlmueller.net

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    Author: j***@gmail.com
    Hi,
    I’m having trouble running this script because of this error after
    trying “objUser.SetInfo” GENERAL ACCESS DENIED< br > I only have everything I know, and this is not much. Can anyone also point me in the right direction? TIA!
    ’25/09/06

    ‘This script creates personal AD accounts from a CSV file
    Const ADS_PROPERTY_CLEAR=1
    Const ADS_PROPERTY_UPDATE=2
    Const ADS_SECURE_AUTHENTICATION = 1
    Const ADS_PROPERTY_APPEND = 3
    set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”)
    Set FSO = CreateObject(“Scripting.FileSystemObject”)
    Set NamesFile = FSO.OpenTextFile (“names . csv”, 1)
    fullname=”a”
    ‘csv file
    do until then , until NamesFile.AtEndOfStream
    Temp = NamesFile.ReadLine
    NamesList Nameslist matches & ” , ” & Temp< br> if temporarily <> “” Then
    separator = instr(Temp, “,”) + 1
    separator2 = instr((separator), temp, “,”) ~ 1
    First name = left( Temp , Separator – 2)
    Last name = Mid(Temp, Separator, Separator2 – Separator + 1)
    userName = Left(firstname,1) & lastname
    FullName = FirstName & ” in .&LastName
    ‘Create user account
    Set objUser to objOU.Create(“user”, “cn=” & fullname)
    objUser.Put “sAMAccountName”, username
    objuser.sn is h lastname
    obj user.givenname = firstname
    objuser.displayname = firstname & ” & ” lastname
    objuser .= diff “Siebel Test User Accounts”
    objUser.SetInfo
    which needs to be set after creating the objus account er.ChangePassword “”, “password123!”
    objUser.AccountDisabled = FALSE
    objUser.Put “pwdLastSet”, 0
    objUser.SetInfo
    ‘Store in groups
    ‘Set objGroup = _
    ‘(“LDAP://cn=MD_Contact getobject Center,dc=DomainName,dc=local”)
    ‘objGroup.PutEx ADS_PROPERTY_APPEND , _
    ‘” member”, Array( “cn=” & & fullname “,ou=groupObjects, dc=itlogon,
    dc=com”)
    ‘objGroup.SetInfo
    end If< br> Loop
    NamesFile .close
    msgbox(List of names ” The following users are configured”)

    If what I’m working on for $dayjob has completely clouded my vision or is destinedii, your program will try to set the description of the user’s Active Directory object on the laptop where the user is logged in (and the balancing is done).

    objuser.setinfo general access denied

    By default, normal drivers do not have permission to further edit the description field in their user AD object. So check the permissions on this AD user object and make sure the user has permissions to change the description attribute. My guess is that this user will do this even if all other visitors to your site are allowed to do this for their AD element user.

    objuser.setinfo general access denied

    Taking (one of my) users and ADSIedit as an example, I have to navigate to Properties and then to each of our Advanced Security Options Use any object and check , The Write Description permission is granted by SELF or one of the groups the user is a member of.

    (I usually use ADSIedit to get a meaningful monitor capture, but to be honest, due to the number of permission entries for most clients,For some AD objects, if this check were real, I would definitely remove the ACL for that object in the build file or on the command line and read it. Faster and less cumbersome with this tunnel.)

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