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What is the best method for loading a large batch user accounts?

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I need to load serveral hundred new user accounts into a single Domain which has a 'primary' DC and a backup DC running 2003 Standard Edition server.

Is there/what is the best method to perform this load.  No email accounts need to be created, only standard logon accounts.  They will all be placed into the same single security Group.
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Thanks, quick 500 for quick answer . . . have hundreds of students waiting on their ids and didn't have the time to relearn the utility I haven't used in a while, and couldn't remember it's name!  Thanks again!
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no prob, glad it helped!
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