Active Directory Service Interface (ADSI)

Der Active Directory Service Interface (ADSI) ist eine COM-Komponente von Microsoft. Man kann damit Skripte erstellen um Daten von NT 4.0, Novell NetWare und Directory Service sowie LDAP (v3) zu konvertieren oder mit eine Skript tausende von Benutzern auf einmal anzulegen.
ADSI (Active Directory Service Interfaces) Scriptomatic

Für die Migration von NT-Domains mit Benutzern und Ressourcen wird man aber eher das ADMT verwenden.

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