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***** Examples For Dsadd, Dsquery, Dsget, Dsmove, Dsmod, Dsrm ***

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Windows Server 2003's directory service command-line tools

 

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Command ------------------------------- Description

Dsadd computer

Dsadd contact

Dsadd group ..............................Adds objects to the directory

Dsadd ou

Dsadd quota

Dsadd user

 

Dsget computer

Dsget contact

Dsget group

Dsget ou

Dsget partition

Dsget quota .............................. Displays properties of objects in the directory

Dsget server

Dsget site

Dsget subnet

Dsget user

 

Dsmod computer

Dsmod contact

Dsmod group

Dsmod ou .............................. Modifies select attributes of an existing object in the directory

Dsmod partition

Dsmod quota

Dsmod server

Dsmod user

 

Dsquery *

Dsquery computer

Dsquery contact

Dsquery group

Dsquery ou

Dsquery partition

Dsquery quota ..............................Finds objects in the directory that match a specified search criteria

Dsquery server

Dsquery site

Dsquery subnet

Dsquery user

 

Dsmove .......................Moves any object from its current location to a new parent location or renames any object without moving it

 

Dsrm ....................... Removes an object, the complete subtree under an object in the directory, or both

 

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LDAP attribute tag ------------------ Description

CN= .............................................Common name

.....................................................The name given to the object at creation

OU=................................................Organizational unit

....................................................The name of the container

DC=................................................Domain component

......................................................The name of the domain

 

 

 

dsquery ou dc=abc,dc=com

This command will produce a listing of all OUs

 

dsquery user cn=users,dc=abc,dc.com

It is going to show all the users in the users container.

 

dsquery servers -hasfsmo schema or (rid, name, infr and pdc.)

It is going to show which server(s) has the schema role

 

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dsadd ou "ou=northwest, dc=abc, dc=com"

This command tells Active Directory to create an OU called northwest

 

dsadd user "cn=calvin jay, ou=northwest, dc=abc, dc=com"

This command will create an user named calvin jay in northwest OU

 

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dsquery server -domain abc.com | dsget server -dnsname –site

Finds all domain controllers for domain abc.com and display their DNS host name and site name

 

dsget user "CN=Mike Jay,CN=users,dc=abc,dc=com"-memberof –expand

Shows the list of groups, recursively expanded, to which a given user belongs

 

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dsmod computer CN=Server1,CN=Computers,DC=abc,DC=Com -disabled yes

To disable computer account

 

dsmod user "CN=Don Jay,CN=Users,DC=abc,DC=Com" -pwd A1b2c3d4 -mustchpwd yes

To reset password and force him to change his password the next time he logs on to the network

 

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dsmove "CN=Kim love,OU=Sales,DC=abc,DC=Com" -newname "Kim Falls"

Renames a user object from Kim Love to Kim Falls

 

dsmove "CN=Kim Falls,OU=Sales,DC=abc,DC=Com" -newparent OU=Marketing,DC=abc,DC=Com

Moves Kim Falls from the Sales organization to the Marketing organization

 

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dsrm -subtree -noprompt -c OU=Marketing,DC=abc,DC=Com

Removes an organizational unit called "Marketing" and all the objects under that organizational unit

 

dsrm -subtree -exclude -noprompt -c "OU=Marketing,DC=abc,DC=Com"

Removes all objects under the organizational unit called "Marketing," but leaves the organizational unit intact

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I agree, Let's make this a sticky. I am studying for my Windows Server 290 exam and this is right in there as for as questions.

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Check those tools because they can make your job easier.

 

Windows Server 2003's directory service command-line tools

 

****************************************************************************

 

Command ------------------------------- Description

Dsadd computer

Dsadd contact

Dsadd group ..............................Adds objects to the directory

Dsadd ou

Dsadd quota

Dsadd user

 

Dsget computer

Dsget contact

Dsget group

Dsget ou

Dsget partition

Dsget quota .............................. Displays properties of objects in the directory

Dsget server

Dsget site

Dsget subnet

Dsget user

 

Dsmod computer

Dsmod contact

Dsmod group

Dsmod ou .............................. Modifies select attributes of an existing object in the directory

Dsmod partition

Dsmod quota

Dsmod server

Dsmod user

 

Dsquery *

Dsquery computer

Dsquery contact

Dsquery group

Dsquery ou

Dsquery partition

Dsquery quota ..............................Finds objects in the directory that match a specified search criteria

Dsquery server

Dsquery site

Dsquery subnet

Dsquery user

 

Dsmove .......................Moves any object from its current location to a new parent location or renames any object without moving it

 

Dsrm ....................... Removes an object, the complete subtree under an object in the directory, or both

 

****************************************************************************

 

LDAP attribute tag ------------------ Description

CN= .............................................Common name

.....................................................The name given to the object at creation

OU=................................................Organizational unit

....................................................The name of the container

DC=................................................Domain component

......................................................The name of the domain

 

 

 

dsquery ou dc=abc,dc=com

This command will produce a listing of all OUs

 

dsquery user cn=users,dc=abc,dc.com

It is going to show all the users in the users container.

 

dsquery servers -hasfsmo schema or (rid, name, infr and pdc.)

It is going to show which server(s) has the schema role

 

*****************************************

 

dsadd ou "ou=northwest, dc=abc, dc=com"

This command tells Active Directory to create an OU called northwest

 

dsadd user "cn=calvin jay, ou=northwest, dc=abc, dc=com"

This command will create an user named calvin jay in northwest OU

 

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dsquery server -domain abc.com | dsget server -dnsname –site

Finds all domain controllers for domain abc.com and display their DNS host name and site name

 

dsget user "CN=Mike Jay,CN=users,dc=abc,dc=com"-memberof –expand

Shows the list of groups, recursively expanded, to which a given user belongs

 

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dsmod computer CN=Server1,CN=Computers,DC=abc,DC=Com -disabled yes

To disable computer account

 

dsmod user "CN=Don Jay,CN=Users,DC=abc,DC=Com" -pwd A1b2c3d4 -mustchpwd yes

To reset password and force him to change his password the next time he logs on to the network

 

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dsmove "CN=Kim love,OU=Sales,DC=abc,DC=Com" -newname "Kim Falls"

Renames a user object from Kim Love to Kim Falls

 

dsmove "CN=Kim Falls,OU=Sales,DC=abc,DC=Com" -newparent OU=Marketing,DC=abc,DC=Com

Moves Kim Falls from the Sales organization to the Marketing organization

 

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dsrm -subtree -noprompt -c OU=Marketing,DC=abc,DC=Com

Removes an organizational unit called "Marketing" and all the objects under that organizational unit

 

dsrm -subtree -exclude -noprompt -c "OU=Marketing,DC=abc,DC=Com"

Removes all objects under the organizational unit called "Marketing," but leaves the organizational unit intact

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