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Batch create/ modify / delete user accounts in Active Directory

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What's the best way to batch create, modify or remove use accounts in Active Directoy?

I am running Windows SBS 2008.
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Powershell is the best way.  I would get powershell 2 and the Quest AD addins.  There are many scripts around on the web that will suit your needs.
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DS Commands would be good...!

DSADD / DSMOD /DSRM

Regards,
Prem
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