Yup. One solution is to use the Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit tool called Cusmgr.exe. I prefer to use WMI scripts, however, which give you an easy way to craft a tool that works exactly the way you want it to work. The TechNet Script Center Web site has hundreds of sample scripts and you'll find one there that's close enough to what you're trying to accomplish so that you can just tweak it a bit.
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