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How can I modify the path of all my users' home directory within AD using a vbs logon script?

We are migrating our old file server to a new file server. How can I modify the path of all my users' home directory within Active Directory using a vbs logon script? Our DC is Windows Server 2000.

We are migrating our old file server to a new file server. How can I modify the path of all my users' home directory within Active Directory using a vbs logon script? Our DC is Windows Server 2000.

Check out the source code from Robbie Allen's "Active Directory Cookbook," located here. Recipe 6.4 shows you how...

to modify a property value for multiple users. Essentially, you select a container such as an OU or a domain and then use a FOR loop to loop through each user object in that container.

This was first published in August 2005

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