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Is there any way to change the created date of groups in 1 OU.

Posted on 2008-09-29
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Hi,

Is there any way to change the created date of groups in 1 OU.

Any way to do this . So all the Security groups in a OU change to todays date.

As i have a query that check on the groups if todays date. So need them to change in the AD.

Regards
Sharath
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You probably can try to copy the group to a different name. Then delete the original group and rename the copied group to your original name. Would that work?
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How can i copy the group. I think there is no copy option...
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ouch, i was thinking user object copying the membership. You are correct, there's no copy for group object.
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