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How to create a group in ADS and a special ou?

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Hi. Exists there a way to create a group in ads and a special ou?

I dont know where I have to look. Using net group /add is no option because it creates just a group.

There is no way to move this group into a special ou.

In my opinion it would be better to do it without any external tools. Any hints where I shoul look?

Found some topics about adding user to groups. But had no real idea what I should do with this.

Any keywords for me? :P

Thanks

Micha

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look the forum for my another active directory

look at the .MoveHere for the Ous

and the .Create for the groups


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look the forum for my another active directory

look at the .MoveHere for the Ous

and the .Create for the groups

Hi. I searched your profile for active directory. You did some work on this topic :nuke:

Which one do you suggest for me? I searched some of your topics.

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...c=18115&hl= But this is not the one you suggested.

Could you give me the link?

Thanks

Micha :P

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Hi. I searched your profile for active directory. You did some work on this topic :)

Which one do you suggest for me? I searched some of your topics.

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...c=18115&hl= But this is not the one you suggested.

Could you give me the link?

Thanks

Micha :P

Ok. Solved the problem.

$oDomain = ObjGet("LDAP://ou=Printer,dc=your,dc=domain,dc=com")

if IsObj($oDomain) Then
    $oGroup = $oDomain.Create("group", "cn=" & "TESTGROUP")
    $oGroup.Put ("sAMAccountName", "TESTGROUP")
    $oGroup.Description = "Test for printer groups"
    $oGroup.SetInfo
endif

A very good source for programming ads via script is here:

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcen...t.mspx?mfr=true

Bye

Micha :nuke:

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