DSadd  profile path

Posted on 2005-03-11
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Last Modified: 2011-10-03
hi I am writting a long dass add comand for a batch file import all is well a part from  the user profile is created as i wrote it in the script ratherthan changing the variable to a username

use to be %username% in NT

what is it in 2003?

I thought it was %sAMAccountName%

but thats not working and cant findanything other than %sAMAccountName% as an option

%username% does work when typed in but not when its part of a script and i did have this working at one point and preety sure it started %sam

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John Gates, CISSP earned 2000 total points
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$username$ is the correct format for dsadd

Hope this helps!
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