Retrieves the domain name of the connector space object in domain name system (DNS) format.

public  FullyQualifiedDomainName

Parameters

None

Name : FullyQualifiedDomainName

Data Type : String

The following example shows how to use Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) to search for a connector space object by using the FullyQualifiedDomainName property.

Example

Visual Basic Script  Copy Code
Option Explicit

On Error Resume Next

Const PktPrivacy = 6	' Authentication level 

Dim Service
Dim CsObjects
Dim CsObject
Dim MAObjects
Dim MAObject
Dim ObjCount

Set Service = GetObject("winmgmts:{authenticationLevel=PktPrivacy}!root\MicrosoftIdentityIntegrationServer")

' sAMAccount name of the object.
Dim SAMName  
SAMName = "JeffSmith"

' Domain name used in the search.
Dim DomainName
DomainName = "fabrikam.com"

Dim Query
Query = "Select * from MIIS_CSObject where FullyQualifiedDomain = '"
Query = Query & DomainName & "' and account =  '" & SAMName & "'" 

Set CsObjects = Service.ExecQuery (Query)

ObjCount = 0

For Each CsObject in Csobjects

   ObjCount = ObjCount + 1
   Query = "Select * from MIIS_ManagementAgent where guid='"& CSObject.MaGuid &"'"

   Set MAObjects = Service.ExecQuery(Query)

   For Each MAObject in MAObjects
	Wscript.Echo "Imported from the " & MAObject.Name & " management agent."
   Next

Next

If ObjCount = 0 then
   WScript.Echo "The object with the name " & SAMName & " was not found."
End If

Sub ErrorHandler (ErrorMessage)
  WScript.Echo ErrorMessage
  WScript.Quit(1)
End Sub

Requirements

Product

Forefront Identity Manager Synchronization Service 2010

MOF

Mmswmi.mof

See Also




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