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You use Dsrm to remove an object, its subtree, or both. The basic syntax is:
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dsrm ObjectDN ... [-subtree [-exclude]] [-noprompt] [-c]
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It supports the -s, -u, and -p parameters described in the section about Dsquery. You specify the object by using its distinguished name in the ObjectDN parameter. The -subtree switch directs Dsrm to remove the objects contents if the object is a container object. The -exclude switch excludes the object itself, and you can use it only in conjunction with -subtree. Specifying -subtree and -exclude would, for example, delete an OU s contents and its subtree, but leave the specified OU intact. By default, without the -subtree or -exclude switches, only the specified object is deleted. You will be prompted to confirm the deletion of each object unless you specify the -noprompt parameter. The -c switch puts Dsrm into continuous operation mode, in which errors are reported but the command keeps processing additional objects. Without the -c switch, processing halts on the first error.
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The 70-290 certification examination objectives expect you to have a rudimentary understanding of using scripts written in the VBScript scripting language. You will need to be able to recognize, but not necessarily create, simple VBScript operations. However, a more detailed understanding of VBScript is a very useful competency for real-world administration of Active Directory. Because the use of VBScript cuts across multiple topics, including the administration of both users and groups, we have included a supplement entitled Using VBScript to Automate User and Group Administration on the CD-ROM accompanying this book.
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Be sure to read the supplement Using VBScript to Automate User and Group Administration on the CD-ROM accompanying this book.
Practice: Creating Multiple User Objects
In this practice, you will create and manage user objects utilizing templates and command-line tools.
Exercise 1: Create a User Template
1. Log on to Server01 as an administrator. 2. Open Active Directory Users And Computers. 3. Select the Employees OU in the tree pane. 4. Create a user account with the following information:
Text Box Name First Name Last Name User Logon Name: User Logon Name (Pre Windows 2000): Type Template Sales Representative Template.sales.rep Templatesalesrep
5. Click Next. 6. Select Account Is Disabled. Click Next. 7. The summary page appears. Click Finish.
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As mentioned in the chapter s Before You Begin section, you should create a group in the Security Groups OU called Sales Representatives. If you have not created such a group, do so now.
8. Open the properties of the Template Sales Representative object. 9. Configure the following properties for the template account:
Tab Member Of Account Account Organization Profile Property Member Of Logon Hours Expires Company Profile path Value Sales Representatives Monday Friday, 9:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M. Three months from the current date Contoso \\Server01\Profiles\%Username%
10. Click OK when you have finished configuring account properties.
Exercise 2: Create Users by Copying a User Template
1. Select the Employees OU in the tree pane. 2. Select the Template Sales Representative object. 3. Click the Action menu, and then click Copy. 4. Create a new user account with the following information:
Text Box Name First Name Last Name User Logon Name: User Logon Name (Pre-Windows 2000): Account Is Disabled Password/Confirm Password Type Scott Bishop Scott.Bishop Sbishop Clear the check box Enter and confirm a complex password as described earlier in this chapter.
5. Click Next, and then click Finish. 6. Open the properties of the object Scott Bishop. 7. Confirm that the information configured for the template on the Member Of, Account, and Organization Property pages were applied to the new object.
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8. Because you will use this account for other exercises in the chapter, reset two properties. In the Account tab, set the Account Expires option to Never, and set the Logon Hours so that logon is permitted at any time.
Exercise 3: Import User Objects Using CSVDE
1. Open Notepad. 2. Type the following information carefully, creating 3 lines of text:
DN,objectClass,sAMAccountName,sn,givenName,userPrincipalName "CN=Danielle Tiedt,OU=Employees, DC=contoso,DC=com",user,dtiedt,Tiedt, Danielle,danielle.tiedt@contoso.com "CN=Lorrin Smith-Bates,OU=Employees, DC=contoso,DC=com",user,lsmithbates, Smith-Bates,Lorrin,lorrin.smithbates@contoso.com
3. Save the file as C:\USERS.CSV being certain to surround the filename with quotation marks. Without quotation marks, the file will be saved as C:\USERS.CSV.TXT. 4. Open the command prompt and type the following command: csvde i -f c:\users.csv 5. If the command output confirms that the command completed successfully, open Active Directory Users And Computers to confirm that the objects were created in the Employees OU. If the command output suggests that there were errors, open the USERS.CSV file in Notepad and correct the errors. 6. You will log on as these users later in this chapter. Because the users were imported without passwords, you must reset their passwords. After you have configured the users passwords, enable the accounts. Both the Reset Password and Enable Account commands can be found on either the Action or Objects shortcut menu. 7. If you have access to an application that can open comma-delimited text files such as Microsoft Excel, open C:\USERS.CSV. You will be able to interpret its structure more easily in a columnar display than in Notepad s one-line, comma-delimited text file display.
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