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FIGURE 12-27 In this case, the user s home drive changes to H, which is mapped to a
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The Telephones Tab On the Telephones tab, you can enter various phone numbers for the user, such as home, pager, mobile, fax, and IP
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The Organization Tab Use the Organization tab to enter the user s job title, department, and company You can also set a manager for the user and show any users for whom the user is con gured as the manager (see Figure 12-28) This is updated automatically when a user is set as the manager for another user
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FIGURE 12-28 This type of functionality is closer to helping manage the organizationaltype roles of a directory service
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The Member Of Tab The Member Of tab displays the groups to which a user belongs Use the Add and Remove buttons to modify the user s memberships The COM+ Tab A COM+ partition is a container user for storing the con guration of a COM application that enables one application to run multiple times Use the COM+ tab to associate a user with a particular COM+ partition set and therefore a certain COM+ application con guration This is mainly used for Web-based applications Other User Properties A few more properties are covered in other chapters: the Dial-in tab is covered in 8, Remote Access and Securing and Optimizing the Network, and environment, sessions, remote control, and Terminal Services pro le properties in 9, Terminal Services Right-click a user object to get a variety of context menu options Some are obvious; for example, Copy enables you to duplicate a user object
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Select Copy and a dialog appears, as if you re creating a brand-new user, asking for name, logon name, and so on However, the rest of the properties of the original user are copied to the new target user A cool feature of Copy is that properties that were user-speci c, such as the user pro le roaming path or home locations, are replaced with the new user s name, provided that the last part of the path matches the logon name Using the Add to a Group option is a quick way to add a user to a group, and the Disable Account option just disables the account You will probably use Reset Password quite a lot Other options are available for moving the user to a new location, but you can do this most easily by just dragging and dropping the object to put it in its new location Select the All Tasks menu options to perform group policy con guration to see Resultant Set of Policy (RSOP), which is explored fully in 21, Group Policy When you select the properties for a user, select multiple objects at once by holding down Shift to select a contiguous set of objects or Ctrl to select individual objects While you select the multiple objects, some context menu items are available, such as Move, Disable/Enable, Add to Group, and Delete Select Properties to modify some attributes of the users en masse Not all attributes are available, but most of the General, Account, Address, Pro le, and Organizational tab options are available, as shown in Figure 12-29 On the Pro le tab, use %username% to set a home folder location or roaming pro le for multiple users
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FIGURE 12-29 Check the box for the attribute you want to set en masse and then enter the
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All these elds are stored as attributes for the user object; using the Active Directory Users and Computers MMC snap-in is an easy way to manipulate the object You can also use tools such as ADSIEDITMSC to directly access the attributes, but be careful because you can cause damage if you don t know what you are changing You can do a lot of user management from the command line At the most basic level, you can add a user via the net user /add command However, you can t set many options You can set the user s logon name, a password, a full name, and a few other settings but not much more The following is an example:
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The user in this example is created in the default Users container If you want to set other settings, go in and work with them later By using ADSI, you can set any option for the user However, aside from scripting, you probably want to use the dsadd command the most; it s basic syntax is as follows:
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