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Dsadd command for creating multiple users

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Can anyone give me the exaqct syntax and files needed to create 10 users in an already created ou called labs. I have a template already created that all the accounts should have in common such as localtion of roaming profiles logon script etc.  I'm not sure if this template can be used in conjunction with the dsadd command.  I believe there is a seperate file that contains all the users that need to be created
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Assuming you're dealing with different attributes (descriptions, group membership, etc.) for each user, I tend crib off of the VBScript found here, as it allows you to load all the values you want into an Excel spreadsheet:

http://www.rlmueller.net/CreateUsers.htm

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I take it this option only works if you have excel installed on the server?
Or you can run it from an AD-joined workstation with Excel loaded on, which would be a preferable practice anyway.

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This would mean installing the adminpak.msi on the workstation, When the users are being created I will not have access to a workstation, the server will be standalone before its installed on the network,

Is there a way of doing this without having to install extra products on the server
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Ok will try that link, probably gonna be a couple of days before I get to it. thanks
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