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    How to extract data from AD?

    I want to make a report on users in Active Directory which will contain information such as the date their user account was created, whether their account is disabled, password settings and other user information. How can I retriev this information. I am on a AD environment which is 2003. Thanks

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    You can try to use a command line utility from the joeware website called adfind which comes for free. There is another one that you can use called Microsoft's "dsquery user". Also a VBScript example that uses ADO to retrieve information for all users similar to what you want and outputs in CSV format can be found on the rlmueller.net website

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    I have now solved my own question, I was not logged in with admin rights so it was not pulling all the fields. I am now showing the created date and modified the date. Thanks for the help.

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