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    Hello All,

    I have been using the addusers.exe( to add multiple users ) usrtogrp.exe ( to specify users to appropriate groups) xcacls.exe( setting up NTFS permissions) in a windows 2000 domain.

    I am now moving to a windows 2003 domain & was trying out the above listed files... I keep getting errors with the usrtogrp.exe command. Is there a windows 2003 file to replace that & also wanting to know how to set SHARE permissions on a folder which has already got NTFS permissions set up by using the XCACLS.exe.

    Any help uin this matter is appreciated.

    thanks

  • #2
    to add users us can use the dsadd and fill the format. I do not know anything about share permissions. I know that about default share permissions which are read in 2003
    Best regards,
    Mostafa Itani

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    • #3
      to add users us can use the dsadd and fill the format. I do not know anything about share permissions. I know that about default share permissions which are read in 2003
      Best regards,
      Mostafa Itani

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      • #4
        Hi Sanvour,

        thanks for the reply... but I need to add users from the AD to my local machine & not create users in the AD.

        My script is as under :

        REM ***Add the Access local user to the TS_Automate Group. Also add the Domain Access01-Access20 to Remote Desktop Users**
        usrtogrp ts_automate.txt
        REM ***Add the Access local user to the TS_Users Group. Also add the Domain Access01-Access20 to Remote Desktop Users***
        usrtogrp rdp_users.txt

        here its adding the users from the AD to a new group called TS_Automate on the local server using the usrtogrp.exe tool

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