CSVDE – A Means to Simplify Active Directory Administration (Part 3)

Importing Data from AD In Part 2 we  discussed how to export data from a working Active Directory installation. That was the easy part, now the real fun begins as we discuss how to import data to your Active Directory installation. It is strongly suggested to try this out on a test scenario, and try […]

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CSVDE – A Means to Simplify Active Directory Administration (Part 2)

In the first article of this series we discussed what CSVDE is and why you should use it. I will now discuss how to export data from Active Directory and how to import it in Microsoft Excel using CSVDE as well as touch on some basic data manipulation commands. Exporting Data from AD The easiest way […]

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CSVDE – A Means to Simplify Active Directory Administration (Part 1)

One of the most thoroughly used functions on Windows Servers is Active Directory. This can literally hold all information about your users, your corporate organization and corporate contact information. This data is invaluable, and is constantly changing, so keeping it documented and up to date is often a tedious task which consumes a lot of […]

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