ADDUSERS – Windows CMD Command


ADDUSERS – Windows CMD Command

Automate the creation of a large number of users. Addusers will still work in XP/2003 for later OS’s consider using a PowerShell script with New-ADUser, Set-ADAccountPassword, Add-ADPrincipalGroupMembership and Enable-ADAccount.

The (:u) is an optional switch that causes current accounts to be written to the specified file in Unicode text format. Choosing to dump current user accounts does not save the account’s passwords or any security information for the accounts.
Note: Password information is not saved in a user account dump and if you use the same file to create accounts, all passwords of newly created accounts will be empty. To back up security information for accounts, use a Tape Backup.

Create a comma-delimited text file, which contains the new users to be created. Following the Syntax, as follows:

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