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How do I create an alphabetical list of all the users in the NDS regardless of container?
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To get the users list from all the contexts use the command:

Nlist Users /N /S

/N - gives you only the username.
/S - search in sub-contexts.

You can use the command:
Nlist users /n /s >filename.ext
to write the output in a file, then you'll be able to use Microsoft Word (for example) to sort the user names.

You also can program a filter (if I'll have time I'll program it for you - email me) which showes only the information you want from the file you got.

Saar
saar@bigfoot.com
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