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Lesson 3
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Using Automation to Manage Group Accounts
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The -memberof switch returns the value of the MemberOf attribute, showing the groups to which the user directly belongs. By adding the -expand switch, those groups are searched recursively, producing an exhaustive list of all groups to which the user belongs in the domain.
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The Dsmod command, introduced in 3, is used to modify objects in Active Directory. To modify a group, use the syntax
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dsmod group GroupDN
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The command takes many of the same switches as Dsadd Group, including - samid, -desc, -secgrp, and -scope. Typically, though, you won t be changing those attributes of an existing group. Rather, the most useful switches are those that let you modify the membership of a group, specifically
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-addmbr MemberDN -rmmbr MemberDN
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Adds members to the group specified in Group Removes members from the group specified in Group
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As with all directory service commands, the MemberDN is the full, distinguished name of another Active Directory object, surrounded by quotation marks if there are any spaces in the DN.
Note
On any one command line, you can use only -addmbr or -rmmbr. You cannot use both in a single Dsmod Group command.
For example, if your goal were to add a user named David Jones in the Employees OU of contoso.com to the Marketing global security group, the proper Dsmod Group command would be:
dsmod group CN=Marketing,OU=Employees,DC=Contoso,DC=Com -addmbr CN=David Jones,OU=Employees,DC=Contoso,DC=Com
You can use Dsget in combination with Dsmod to copy group membership. In the following example, the Dsget command is used to get information about all the members of the Sales group and then, by piping that list to Dsmod, to add those users to the Marketing group:
dsget group CN=Sales,OU=Employees,DC=Contoso,DC=Com members | dsmod group CN=Marketing,OU=Employees,DC=Contoso,DC=Com -addmbr
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Group Accounts
Moving and Renaming Groups with Dsmove
The Dsmove command, introduced in 3, allows you to move or rename an object within a domain. You cannot use it to move objects between domains. Its basic syntax is:
dsmove ObjectDN [-newname NewName] [-newparent ParentDN]
The object is specified using its distinguished name in the parameter ObjectDN. To rename the object, specify its new common name in the NewName parameter. To move an object to a new location, specify the distinguished name of a container through the ParentDN parameter. For example, to change the name of the Marketing group to Public Relations, type:
dsmove CN=Marketing,OU=Employees,DC=Contoso,DC=Com newname Public Relations
To then move that group to the Marketing OU, type:
dsmove CN=Public Relations,OU=Employees,DC=Contoso,DC=Com newparent OU=Marketing,DC=Contoso,DC=Com
Note
You can also move or rename a group in the Active Directory Users And Computers MMC or snap-in by selecting the group and choosing Move or Rename from the Action menu or the shortcut menu.
Deleting Groups with Dsrm
Dsrm, introduced in 3, can be used to delete a group. The basic syntax is:
dsrm ObjectDN ... [-subtree [-exclude]] [-noprompt] [-c]
The object is specified by its distinguished name in the ObjectDN parameter. 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. To delete the Public Relations group, type:
dsrm CN=Public Relations,OU=Marketing,DC=Contoso,DC=Com
Lesson 3
Using Automation to Manage Group Accounts
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Using VBScript to Automate Group Administration
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.
On the CD
Be sure to read the supplement Using VBScript to Automate User and Group Administration on the CD-ROM accompanying this book.
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