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Checking your MS Dynamics AX users against Active Directory domain resolution

In this blog post I’d like to present the following X++ scipt which you may run as a job if you like. The purpose of this script is to go through all of your users in the MS Dynamics AX security system and check if their SID can be successfully resolved against your Active Directory (AD) domain.
In case there should be an issue you will receive an infolog message which lists the affected users.

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static void ADDomainResolution(Args _args)
{
  xAxaptaUserManager axUsrMgr;
  xAxaptaUserDetails axUsrDet;
  UserInfo userInfo;
  str userID;
  str domainName;
  str userSid;
  userAccountType accountType;


  axUsrMgr = new xAxaptaUserManager();
  while select * from userInfo where userInfo.enable == true
  {
    userID = userInfo.networkAlias;
    domainName = userInfo.networkDomain;
    accountType = userInfo.accountType;
    try
    {
      axUsrDet = axUsrMgr.getSIDFromName(userID, domainName, accountType);
    }
    catch(Exception::Error)
    {
      info(domainName + ‘\\’ + userId + ‘: caused an exception’);
    }
  }
}