Batch script to delete all users from domain admin group but administrators

Hi Guys,

What I wanna achieve is same as mentioned here - http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/archive/2005/12/12/how-can-i-delete-everyone-except-the-administrator-and-the-domain-admins-group-from-the-local-administrators-group.aspx but how do I do it from a batch script.

I know the command to add administrators is
net localgroup administrators /add "domain\user", but I want a script that will delete all users from administrators group, even ones that are unknown and we dont want to use Group Policy for this.
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NVITCommented:
Put these into a .bat file.

Warning: I recommend testing this on a test group first. When you know it works, do it on the Domain Admins group.

Note: To actually run it, remove the ECHO in front of net group /delete

@echo off
if exist DomainAdmins.txt del DomainAdmins.txt
for /F "tokens=1,2,3,4,5 delims==, " %C in ('dsquery group -name "Domain Admins" ^| dsget group -members ^| dsget user -samid') do echo %C>>DomainAdmins.txt
echo Deleting members of Domain Admins...

for /F %%A in (DomainAdmins.txt) do (call :DoIt %%A)
goto :EOF

:DoIt
if %1 equ samid goto :EOF
if %1 equ dsget goto :EOF
ECHO net group /delete /domain "%1"

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NVITCommented:
Hi manav08,
Did the solution help you? If so, I'd appreciate you closing the question appropriately.
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manav08Author Commented:
Apologies for my laziness in closing this question.
I havent tested but believe this is solution we were after
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