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How do I backup my Active Directory Users and Groups?
Posted 16 February 2002 - 11:27 PM
I have Win 2000 Server. I often like to reformat or restore my operating system. I always have to re-enter all of my users and groups back into my Active Directory. Is there a way to back up that information? Is there a file in which it is contained that I could burn to CD or floppy. Is there a way to export the list perhaps and then re-import it after I reformat and reinstall my operating system?
Posted 17 February 2002 - 07:47 AM
That article should help you in your quest.
hey , booger,
are we allowed to put active links on this forum yet?
cuz i heard they were changing some things and we were going to be able to put active links.. just wanted to make sure if we could
Posted 17 February 2002 - 08:28 AM
No guys, dont do anything til we make a annoucment post and the new board is up....keep everything the same, were still working on things.
Posted 17 February 2002 - 11:54 AM
I thought the green light was on sorry. I must have misread an announcement. I posted about 5 active links. Sorry.
Posted 17 February 2002 - 12:35 PM
read New annoucements
Posted 17 February 2002 - 09:28 PM
Thanks, That was exactly what I wanted!
Posted 18 February 2002 - 01:18 AM
Isn't there something in 'Administrative Tools' that allows you to back-up. I know there is some option to do a backup on things like the registry. What is that command....Is it in Administrative tools? Will it provide me with a backup up all of my users. I read the document you had a link to. It was extremely helpful, I handed out copies to all of the other techs here at the NBA. Thanks!
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