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Check "Do Not require Kerberos Preauth" for all users in 2003 Domain

We have a 2003 domain and a ton of users in AD.  I have to check the box under the tab Account for "Do not require Kerberos Preauthenication" for all users in the domain.  Is there an easy way for this like a script or do I have to go to each user and check this.  If there is a script for this, note that some users have this option already checked.

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nstd-sts
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ormerodrutterCommented:
I don't know about scripting but you can always export the AD user account info using CSVDE tool to export AD info to a CSV file and do your updates, before reimport back to AD/
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aissimCommented:
ADModify.net allows you to make bulk changes to every account at once (or select accounts that you choose):
http://www.codeplex.com/admodify/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=6065
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nstd-stsAuthor Commented:
aissim

I am testing this out and I will let you know how it works.  Thanks for the link.
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aissimCommented:
Good deal - it really is a slick tool with a fairly easy to use GUI. I leave it on the desktop of my DC for exactly these types of situations.
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nstd-stsAuthor Commented:
Aissim
The program works great.  Thanks, this is a great tool.
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