Active Directory® objects have attributes that contain data about the specific object. How the attributes are accessed and modified depends upon the programming technology being used. For more information about reading and modifying Active Directory attributes with a specific programming technology, see the following listed topics.
|Programming technology||For more information|
|Active Directory Service Interfaces||Accessing and Manipulating Data with ADSI|
|Lightweight Directory Access Protocol||Modifying a Directory Entry|
|System.DirectoryServices||Directory Object Properties|
For more information about attributes, see Determining Which Properties Are Non-Replicated, Constructed, Global Catalog, and Indexed.