AD Group Copy User Account

Is there any way to prevent AD group from being copied to new AD user account when original account is copied during account creation? Ie. Any way to make/set AD group to only be added manually to user account
Vincent DAsked:
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
There is no way around this (that i know of) you either have copying allowed by specific users or you do not. If Copying is allowed by a specific user it will then always copy the Group Memberships as well.

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
no you can't.. my suggestion is to copy from another account or even create dummy accounts that you can use as templates.
Lahiru NanayakkaraManager - Technical Services Commented:
Remove Group Membership from the Template or Create a New Template without Group Membership
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