How to use CSVDE commandsby Guy Thomas  only $6.25

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CSVDE is a classic Windows command line utility.  You will find numerous project where you need to import or export information between a spreadsheet and Active Directory.  My eBook provides 20 worked examples explaining how to master CSVDE’s switches.  As a result of going through the scripts, you will be able master bulk import and export with Active Directory.

If you have a broader interest in scripting in Windows 2003, then consider one of my ‘Jumbo’ packages.  Together CSVDE , LDIFDE, and VBScript are greater than the sum of the individual parts.  In particular it is useful to appreciate the strengths and weaknesses of each language.


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 Contents – Understand CSVDE commands

  • Getting started with Export commands
  • Improving Export with filters
  • Learning CSVDE Import commands
  • Advanced Import with LDAP attributes
  • Selecting the best LDAP attributes for your import
  • Importing a Mailbox User
  • Preparing the CSV files with Excel functions
  • Using ADSI Edit to investigate the LDAP attributes
  • Mastering 6 little switches, -d, -f, -k -i, -r, –
  • Troubleshooting CSVDE error messages
  • Guy’s secrets for mastering CSVDE


My ebook explains how CSVDE can bulk import users into Windows 2003 Active Directory. You can also extend this import principle to create computer accounts for XP professional machines. Another job for CSVDE is to design users with Exchange mailboxes.

Think of CSVDE as the engine that drives data into or out of Active Directory. This CSVDE engine has two directions, export and import. The data consists of Active Directory accounts in CSV format.