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Hi there,

I've developed an Intranet which allows users to access their documents over https:// connections, and i've got the following code, which checks their AD group membership and sets a base directory to connect to their home folder. I want to be a little cleverer though, and not check group membership, but check their 'Department' information on the 'Organisation' tab of the AD user properties.

Can anyone help?

Thanks very much/...

    set strUserData = Server.CreateObject("ADSystemInfo")
    set strUserInfo = getObject ("LDAP://" & strUserData.Username)
        For Each Group in strUserInfo.Groups
            If Group.cn = "AYL Administrators" Then
                strBaseDir = "staff/administrators"
            End If
            If Group.cn = "AYL Associate Staff" Then
                strBaseDir = "staff/associate"
            End If
            If Group.cn = "AYL Teaching Staff" Then
                strBaseDir = "staff/teachers"
            End If
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