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Add Subnets to active directory site & Services

Posted on 2011-02-26
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Dear All,

I have 228 VLAN’s in my network, I want to add those subnets to my Active Directory Site & Services, I have windows 2008 R2 active directory.

Is there a way to use command line which can help me doing the above.

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Mike Kline earned 500 total points
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No specific tool, you could go for a script like this http://pauledlund.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!70265AE7CABD0249!312.entry

there are ways doing it using admod and powershell but I'm not sure if they would save you a ton of time.

Are you going to have 228 different sites?  the reason I ask is because you can also use "catch all subnets"

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Mike
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no, all of them in one site only.

what is the catch all subnets?
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is there a command which i can use to add one subnet, then i can use it to repeat all subnets
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