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Is there a way to input multiple user accounts into a Windows 2003 database?

An admin wonders if it's possible to input multiple user accounts into a Windows Server 2003 database. Our server management expert supplies a method that administrators can use to complete this task.

I have to add the names of 450 pupils to our directory. Is there a way to input multiple user accounts into our Windows Server 2003 database, or do I have to manually enter this information in Active Directory?
You can use this script and template to create new users from information stored in an Excel spreadsheet.
This was first published in September 2007

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