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Howto do following in Win2003 AD? [message #353212] Sun, 27 December 2009 08:30 Go to next message
adrookie  is currently offline adrookie  United States
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I wan to create following structure in Windows 2003 AD :-

cn=users,dc=korea,dc=mac,dc=com,dc=dp,dc=contoso,dc=local
cn=users,dc=japan,dc=kim,dc=com,dc=dp,dc=contoso,dc=local

and there are 10 more such entries required.

How to get the above done via command line ?

I have got AD installed and working with dc=dp,dc=contoso,dc=local
Pleas guid and thanks in advnce.


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Re: Howto do following in Win2003 AD? [message #353228 is a reply to message #353212] Sun, 27 December 2009 09:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hello adrookie,

If i understand you correct your domain is named "dp.contoso.local" and you
like to create a 'users' account in an additional domain like "korea.mac.com.dp.contoso.local",
you need a child domain for "korea.mac.com.dp.contoso.local".

Or do you like to creat the account users in the "dp.contoso.local" domain
where some OUs in AD UC are created for 'korea' and inside 'mac' and inside
'com'?

Can you please clarify this?

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> I wan to create following structure in Windows 2003 AD :-
>
> cn=users,dc=korea,dc=mac,dc=com,dc=dp,dc=contoso,dc=local
> cn=users,dc=japan,dc=kim,dc=com,dc=dp,dc=contoso,dc=local
>
> and there are 10 more such entries required.
>
> How to get the above done via command line ?
>
> I have got AD installed and working with dc=dp,dc=contoso,dc=local
> Pleas guid and thanks in advnce.
>
> http://forums.techarena.in
>
Re: Howto do following in Win2003 AD? [message #353413 is a reply to message #353212] Sun, 27 December 2009 16:10 Go to previous message
aceman  is currently offline aceman  United States
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"adrookie" <adrookie.43v2fb@DoNotSpam.com> wrote in message
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>
> I wan to create following structure in Windows 2003 AD :-
>
> cn=users,dc=korea,dc=mac,dc=com,dc=dp,dc=contoso,dc=local
> cn=users,dc=japan,dc=kim,dc=com,dc=dp,dc=contoso,dc=local
>
> and there are 10 more such entries required.
>
> How to get the above done via command line ?
>
> I have got AD installed and working with dc=dp,dc=contoso,dc=local
> Pleas guid and thanks in advnce.
>
>
> --
> adrookie

I do not exactly follow what you are asking either, just as Meinolf.

From what you posted, it appears the OU structure is really a container, and
not an OU. I would assume you want OUs?

This is what I am seeing based on your ldap path for Korea
(cn=users,dc=korea,dc=mac,dc=com,dc=dp,dc=contoso,dc=local):

Domain name = korea.mac.com.dp.contoso.local.
CN = Users

Is that correct?

Is korea.mac.com your external name, and dp.contoso.local the internan AD
name?

Please elaborate.

Thank you,

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