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Export NT User List to a file

By JimHarbert ·
In Windows NT 4.0, is there a way to export the list of usernames in User Manager for Domains to a text file?

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by SyscoKid In reply to Export NT User List to a ...

That question came up here a couple of weeks ago. Here's the thread with the accepted answer.

http://www.techrepublic.com/forumqa/thread_detail.jhtml?src=search&thread_id=13018

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by elmagoal In reply to Export NT User List to a ...

There is a app in the resource kit that will allowyou to do so. I think is call user group. Look it up in technet or microsoft web support. Look for importing user accounts.

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by Nunya Bidnez In reply to Export NT User List to a ...

Addusers.exe from the NT4 ResKit. It will allow you to create, write, and delete user accounts, and export them in a .csv format, which can be read with any spreadsheet application. Alternately, you could use WSH.

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by donwilwol In reply to Export NT User List to a ...

We use roaming profiles. Each user has a profile. At the command promt in the profile directory. Dir >c:\textfilename.txt
This will make a text file of all the directories (usernames) in the profile directory.

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by NetTek In reply to Export NT User List to a ...

Simple. At a domain controller command prompt, type the following "c:\net user > c:\userfile.txt" (without the quotes). You will now have a printable text file on the root of the c: drive.

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