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Forums Answered by: LDAP query works on test laptop but not opendsobject on server (error 80040e37) Windows Server > Directory Services Question 0 Sign in to vote I'm developing an ASP web page that need to get some information from Active Directory. The test code below works on my developmentlaptop (running Windows 7) but when I move itto the production server (running Windows Server 2008 R2) the code fails at the 'cmd.execute' line with 'Active Directory error 80040e37'. Web search results for this error indicated a syntax error was the usual cause, but since it works on the laptop, the syntax appears tobe OK and I suspect there's something missing or not configuredon the server.Can someone point me towhat this is likely to be? Thanks <%@LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT"%><% domuser = request.querystring("U") Dim oRootDSE Set oRootDSE = GetObject("LDAP://RootDSE") dim namectx namectx = oRootDSE.Get("defaultNamingContext") ldapfilter = "select GivenName,sn,telephoneNumber,mail from 'LDAP://" & _ namectx & "' where objectCategory='User' and name='" & domuser & "'" dim cn set cn = CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") cn.Provider = "ADsDSOObject" cn.Open "Active Directory Provider" dim cmd set cmd = CreateObject("ADODB.Command") cmd.ActiveConnection = cn cmd.Properties("Timeout") = 30 cmd.Properties("SearchScope") = 2 ' ADS_SCOPE_SUBTREE cmd.Properties("Cache Results") = False cmd.CommandText = ldapfilter dim rs set rs = cmd.Execute %>
80040E37 - Table does not exist Error 80040E37 literally means there is something wrong with the LDAP domain database table. However, in practical terms, most likely there is a syntax error in the LDAP:/domain line. Introduction to Error Code 80040E37 This error code, 80040E37 occurs when you execute a VBScript. You are probably using a WSH method to connect to LDAP. My guess is that there is a mistake with the speech marks. The Symptoms You Get The script does not manipulate the Active Directory object as you had hoped, instead you get a Windows Script Host https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/7deba16b-295a-4887-98f9-9f291ed49871/ldap-query-works-on-test-laptop-but-not-on-server-error-80040e37?forum=winserverDS error message. The probably scenario is that you are trying to manipulate an LDAP object. The Cause of Code Error 80040E37 Incorrect reference to the domain in an LDAP command. In this context 'Table' refers to a domain in line such as: LDAP://domain. Variations: One or more errors occurred during processing of command. Error 80040E14Invalid Syntax. Error 800401E4 The Solution to Code Error 80040E37 Check the Line http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/Logon/code/code_80040E37.htm in your script that references the 'Provider'. If necessary, work back for previous LDAP occurrences. Char 1: often lies! it just means that the whole line will not execute. In the case of runtime errors you can use this work around. Add this line: On Error Resume Next Recommended: Solarwinds' Permissions Analyzer - Free Active Directory Tool I like the Permissions Analyzer because it enables me to see WHO has permissions to do WHAT at a glance. When you launch this tool it analyzes a users effective NTFS permissions for a specific file or folder, and takes into account network share access, then displays the results in a nifty desktop dashboard! Think of all the frustration that this free SolarWinds utility saves when you are troubleshooting authorization problems for user's access to a resource. Give this permissions monitor a try - it's free! Download SolarWinds' Free Permissions Analyser - Active Directory Tool Example of Script - Table Does Not Exist Note the error is actually on line 15: it should be 'LDAP://DC=CP,DC=Com'. I could not get it to work with the strDomain variable; until Bruce M. kindly wrote in with the following correction. If there is a message her
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