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Editing Multiple user account properties.

Posted on 2004-04-01
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When you select multiple users in AD, select properties of the users and then select account there are two columns under the heading account options.

Can someone clarify the use of these?

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If for example you create all of you accounts in a disabled state, and you then want to enable them all at once, you would do the following:

Click the check box to the left to indicate it is the setting you wich to change, and then ensure the right check box is off - this will enable all accounts selected.  To Disable all selected accounts, select the left chckbox, and the select the right checkbox.

Cheers,

Martin.
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