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Windows 2000 and Active Directory

By tbeaird ·
Is there a way to make changes to user accounts on a large scale? An example would be changing the City name or changing the "Allow logon to terminal server" check box on the Terminal Services Profile tab. Currently, most users have been created.I do have a template user that I copy, but it does not maintain check box settings. Any help would be appreciated.

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by bentgellerich In reply to Windows 2000 and Active D ...

Yes its possible by using the LDIFDE command-line utility. An ldif file contains records that are seperated by blank lines. This record can contain either a single directory object or a set of modifications to the attributes of an existing object.Check out the following link, it will give you the details. Good luck.
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/TechNet/prodtechnol/windows2000serv/deploy/walkthru/bulkstep.asp

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by DC1 In reply to Windows 2000 and Active D ...

look on Technet or MSDN for user scripts. There are alot of WSH and VB scripts out there that will do what you are looking for.

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by OriDjinn In reply to Windows 2000 and Active D ...

Use the LDIFDE command-line utility

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