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Hi again !

Is there a way in a BR Powershell script to get the Domain Controller Adaxes service is using for an operation. To be clearer, i use a powershell script in a BR after user creation to activate Lync account but sometimes, the script throws an error about not finding the user account, certainly because Adaxes created it on one DC and Lync powershell use another one. If i can get the DC in the context, i could pass it to the powershell cmdlet.



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Try this one:

$domain = $Context.GetObjectDomain("%distinguishedName%")
$rootDse = $Context.BindToObject("Adaxes://$domain/rootDSE")
$dc = $rootDse.Get("dnsHostName")

Perfect ! Thanks

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