My suggestion isn't to spend a lot of time looking for a utility to do the job but to write a quick-and-easy WMI script. In half the time it would take you to find a tool that does the job exactly the way you want it, you could write a WMI script using one of the many examples that Microsoft posts to the Script Center Web site. Particularly look at the examples in the Users and Groups category.
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