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This script does exactly what I need except for throwing up the OK button which  must be clicked for each user. Is there any way to disable that pop-up?

Posted on 2009-05-03
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This script does exactly what I need except for throwing up the OK button which  must be clicked for each user in the OU. Is there any way to disable that pop-up? It would also be nice if this only stuffed user accounts and contacts but avoided adding OUs or other groups within the OU.
On Error Resume Next '<<< add this line to skip errors
Set objOU = GetObject("LDAP://OU=SomeOU,dc=domain,dc=local")
Set objGroup = GetObject("LDAP://CN=GroupNameOU=SomeOU,dc=domain,dc=local")
 
For Each objUser in objOU
    strUser=objuser.AdsPath
    objGroup.Add strUser
    msgbox "Added " & strUser
Next

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I am assuming you are being prompted like 100 times with a msgbox, if this is correct then you simply need to remove the "msgbox "Added " & strUser" in your code. It will do as you need, but just wont notify you each time.
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by:Dhiraj Mutha
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Try this and check it out.
On Error Resume Next '<<< add this line to skip errors
Set objOU = GetObject("LDAP://OU=SomeOU,dc=domain,dc=local")
Set objGroup = GetObject("LDAP://CN=GroupNameOU=SomeOU,dc=domain,dc=local")
 
For Each objUser in objOU
    strUser=objuser.AdsPath
    objGroup.Add strUser
    'msgbox "Added " & strUser
Next

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by:hcca
ID: 31577430
Thanks so much for the quick reply to what, as it turned out, was a simple question. Never-the-less, I won't have to be messing with that problem tomorrow morning when I actually implement this. Both answers were correct but you got there first. Thanks again.
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