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  1. I have been working on this for days with no luck. I am working on a script to move laptops into the proper OU specified by $sTargetOU while the computer name is $sObject The situation: IT people are logged onto laptops using the end user account (to profile them) which apparently does not have permissions to move computer accounts in AD from one OU to another. The other situation: When I profile a new laptop for a user, I am logged in as local admin and try to use a script to move the computer into a specified OU. I have credentials that I can use to move the computer account, but
  2. Hi all. I was wondering whether anyone could kindly provide me with some examples of creating a group in AD as well as an OU please? Or is this not possible? Many thanks in advance!
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