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User Details in a excel Spread sheet

Posted on 2006-07-10
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How can I get the following details extracted

From Windows 2003
Username
Firstname
Lastname
Current Mail Server
Memeber of

From the NT4
SAM
Username
Firstname
Lastname
Member of Distribution Groups
Member of User Groups
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What if its a exchange 5.5 and NT4.0
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This tool should extract nesessary information http://dl.winsite.com/bin/Info?500000006487
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