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VB Script to Add users to a AD Security Group

Posted on 2010-11-08
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I have a txt file that lists the user names that I need to add to a specific security group in active directory.  So i was looking to see if anyone has a vb script that will bulk upload users to a security group from a txt file?
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See this link..  There's a script to do what you want to do.  http://the-roberts-family.net/vbscript/autg_code.htm
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