delphi package - easy access to security apis
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I'm trying to set access rights to a folder for an ActiveDirectory account that has just been created (using ADSI).
It seems it sometimes takes some time for the account to become available for madSecurity.
I'm using this code:
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Security := madSecurity.FileSecurity(aPathname);
if not Security.Success then Exit;
UserAccount := madSecurity.Account(aUsernameNT4);
if not UserAccount.Success then Exit; // this returns false!
Maybe it's an issue asking a different domain controller with mad.
Is there a way to solve this problem? It's not very helpful to insert "Sleep(5000)" here...
Maybe a dedicated DC can be specified?
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I'm not sure how to solve this. If the user account isn't accessible for a few seconds that sounds like a Windows or API issue. You can check the documentation of LookupAccountName. There's an additional "lpSystemName" parameter I'm currently not using. But the documentation says:
Generally, specify a value for lpSystemName only when the account is in an untrusted domain and the name of a computer in that domain is known.
That doesn't sound like your situation, so I would say it's an issue with the win32 API or something else, and outside of madSecurity's control.