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Change passwords to all users on Active directory using Excel file with LDAP?

Posted on 2003-11-24
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Hi Experts,

We have a windows 2K base network (native mode) with app. 150 users.

we make an Excel file with all the users logon names old passwords and new passwords
we would like  them to have.

Is there any way to replace all the password at once using thie Excel file and LDAP commandes ?

It could save some time insted of get in each user and change is password .

Thanks for your help !


Ronen Sagiv




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