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Assign Organization Unit using the AddUsers.exe tool

Posted on 2003-11-11
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Does anyone know of a way to assign the organization unit (OU) that a new user should be put into when created by the AddUser tool?  I've created some dummy users, and they all wind up in the "Users" bucket in Active Directory Users and Computers.  I would like to assign them to my "StudentsOU" and "TeachersOU".

For the record, I'm running W2K Advanced Server with AD.
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adonis1976 earned 500 total points
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this link tells you more about how to solve your problem

http://www.ryker.com/html/computers/CreateUsers.htm

here is a link that might be interest to you

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;199878&Product=win2000
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by:jazmonster
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Excellent, adonis1976.  Exactly what I was looking for. All points to you.
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