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change default group memberships for AD and exchange 2010

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Is there a way to customize what groups a new user gets automatically added to when their account is created? I know I can just create a dummy account and duplicate it each time, , but I thought that it was possible to say via policy that each account that gets created is automatically in certain security/distribution groups.

Is there a way to do this?

Thanks!
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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Short answer is no. The usual way this is handled is either the duplicate account method already indicated or by scripting the account creation instead of using the GUI.

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Thanks-for some reason I thought you could but using the duplicate method works just fine.


Appreciate the help!
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