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Old 08-06-2006
GhostHalo
 
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Adduser.exe from Windows Server Resouce Kit

I'm trying to loacate either the Windows Resource Kit or just the Adduser.exe
tool from it. I'm doing some testing and I need to add a large number of
users from a .csv file and I really need to get my hands on the Adduser.exe
tool. My testing Platforms are NT Server on up to 2003, so I'll also need
info on the NT version of the Adduser.exe tool.

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Old 08-06-2006
djtech2k
 
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RE: Adduser.exe from Windows Server Resouce Kit



"GhostHalo" wrote:

> I'm trying to loacate either the Windows Resource Kit or just the Adduser.exe
> tool from it. I'm doing some testing and I need to add a large number of
> users from a .csv file and I really need to get my hands on the Adduser.exe
> tool. My testing Platforms are NT Server on up to 2003, so I'll also need
> info on the NT version of the Adduser.exe tool.


I dont know about the adduser.exe file, but it can easily be done in vbs.
here is a quick easy way to do it.

http://www.rlmueller.net/CreateUsers.htm


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Old 08-06-2006
djtech2k
 
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RE: Adduser.exe from Windows Server Resouce Kit



"GhostHalo" wrote:

> I'm trying to loacate either the Windows Resource Kit or just the Adduser.exe
> tool from it. I'm doing some testing and I need to add a large number of
> users from a .csv file and I really need to get my hands on the Adduser.exe
> tool. My testing Platforms are NT Server on up to 2003, so I'll also need
> info on the NT version of the Adduser.exe tool.


I dont know about the adduser.exe, but vbs will work just as well.

Check this out:

http://www.rlmueller.net/CreateUsers.htm


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Old 08-06-2006
GhostHalo
 
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RE: Adduser.exe from Windows Server Resouce Kit

Cool, thanks. It looks like this does what the Adduser tool does, except your
script pulls the data from an .xls not a .cvs.

"djtech2k" wrote:

>
>
> "GhostHalo" wrote:
>
> > I'm trying to loacate either the Windows Resource Kit or just the Adduser.exe
> > tool from it. I'm doing some testing and I need to add a large number of
> > users from a .csv file and I really need to get my hands on the Adduser.exe
> > tool. My testing Platforms are NT Server on up to 2003, so I'll also need
> > info on the NT version of the Adduser.exe tool.

>
> I dont know about the adduser.exe, but vbs will work just as well.
>
> Check this out:
>
> http://www.rlmueller.net/CreateUsers.htm
>
>

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Old 08-06-2006
Jacques Barathon [MS]
 
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Re: Adduser.exe from Windows Server Resouce Kit

"GhostHalo" <GhostHalo@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:07D612E0-052A-4478-A402-7A4703736689@microsoft.com...
> Cool, thanks. It looks like this does what the Adduser tool does, except
> your
> script pulls the data from an .xls not a .cvs.


You can find the NT4 version of AddUsers here:
ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/bussys/winnt...c/reskit/nt40/

Not sure if there was an update after this one, nor if this one works with
newer versions of Windows but worth a try.

Jacques


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Old 11-06-2006
GhostHalo
 
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Re: Adduser.exe from Windows Server Resouce Kit

EXCELLENT!! Thank you! Even though this is the NT version of the AddUser.exe
tool, it appears to work on all of the newer Win platforms. I tested it on
XP, 2003 Server Enterprise, 2000 Advanced Server and of course NT Server and
it worked on all of them. Thank you so much. Why is it so difficult to track
these tools down??

"Jacques Barathon [MS]" wrote:

> "GhostHalo" <GhostHalo@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:07D612E0-052A-4478-A402-7A4703736689@microsoft.com...
> > Cool, thanks. It looks like this does what the Adduser tool does, except
> > your
> > script pulls the data from an .xls not a .cvs.

>
> You can find the NT4 version of AddUsers here:
> ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/bussys/winnt...c/reskit/nt40/
>
> Not sure if there was an update after this one, nor if this one works with
> newer versions of Windows but worth a try.
>
> Jacques
>
>
>

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Old 11-06-2006
Jacques Barathon [MS]
 
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Re: Adduser.exe from Windows Server Resouce Kit

"GhostHalo" <GhostHalo@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:AD600859-5BAF-44A8-BE67-6312411C5103@microsoft.com...
> EXCELLENT!! Thank you! Even though this is the NT version of the
> AddUser.exe
> tool, it appears to work on all of the newer Win platforms. I tested it on
> XP, 2003 Server Enterprise, 2000 Advanced Server and of course NT Server
> and
> it worked on all of them. Thank you so much. Why is it so difficult to
> track
> these tools down??


I keep this URL in my favorites which usually speeds up my search for such
tools:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/reskits/default.asp

Note that the FTP site I refered you to is not listed there... :-( So that's
another URL to keep in your favorites.

Jacques


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