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Snel (heel) veel users aanmaken op Win2k Server

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  • Hallo iedereen, Wij gaan zeer binnenkort over van een Novell 4 sp 9 omgeving naar een Win2k Terminal Server omgeving. Alle users gaan over maar niet tegelijkertijd. We gaan per afdeling users aanmaken die nagenoeg hetzelfde zijn. Weet iemand een handige tool waar je alleen maar de gebruikersnaam, wachtwoord b.v. scripts in hoeft te vullen en hij de user gelijk aanmaakt. Het liefst zou ik vanuit Excel een werkblad maken en dan een .csv bestand laten inlezen in de ADS. Maar ik hoop dat jullie meer suggesties hebben!!! Alvast bedankt Tom Driessen
  • Hi Tom, Zie de pagina 'Windows 2000 Systems Migration & Interoperability' (http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/interop/default.asp) op de MS site. Daar staat een zéér uitgebreide overzicht van alle documentatie die hierover is (en dat is ont-zet-tend veel!). Ook is er een grote Novell-migratie-sectie. Zal de twee belangrijkste hieronder plakken. groetjes Edmond
  • HOW TO: Migrate Users from NetWare to Windows 2000 with MSDSS [ntrelease] ID: Q301542 CREATED: 13-JUN-2001 MODIFIED: 02-NOV-2001 :2000 PUBLIC | kbAudITPro kbHOWTOmaster ====================================================================== ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The information in this article applies to: - Microsoft Windows 2000 Server - Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server - Microsoft Windows 2000 Datacenter Server ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- IN THIS TASK - SUMMARY - Installing the Novell Client and Installing MSDSS - Performing the One-Way Migration - Troubleshooting - REFERENCES SUMMARY ======= This step-by-step guide describes how to migrate user accounts, settings, and objects from a NetWare 3.x, 4.x, or 5.x server to a Windows 2000-based server by using the Microsoft Directory Synchronization Services (MSDSS) tool and a one-way migration. The MSDSS tool is located on the Services for NetWare CD-ROM, which you can order from the following Microsoft Web site: http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/sfn/default.asp Installing the Novell Client and Installing MSDSS ------------------------------------------------- 1. Install the Novell Client for Windows 2000 from the Novell Web site (http://www.novell.com/download/). For additional information about installing this client, please contact Novell. 2. Install Microsoft Directory Synchronization Services from the Microsoft Services for NetWare (version 5.0) CD-ROM by double clicking the Msdss.msi file in the Msdss folder on the CD-ROM. 3. Click Next, and if you agree to the license agreement, click Next again. 4. Make sure that Microsoft Directory Synchronization Service is selected, and then click Next. 5. Type your name and organization, and then click Next. 6. Click the Typical installation option (the custom installation option only gives you the option not to install the Help files), click Next, and then click Next. 7. After the installation is finished you can either open the Readme file or click Finish. Performing the One-Way Migration -------------------------------- 1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Directory Synchronization. 2. In the console tree, right-click MSDSS, and then click New Session to start the New Session Wizard. 3. On the "Synchronization and Migration Tasks" page, under "Select NDS or Bindery", choose whether objects will be copied from NDS or Bindery. 4. Under "Select a task", click "Migration (from NDS or Bindery to Active Directory)", and then click Next. If files will be migrated with directory objects, you need to click to select the Migrate Files check box. This will create the file migration log that is required by File Migration utility. 5. On the "Active Directory Container and Domain Controller" page, under "Active Directory container", type the path to the container in which you want to copy items, or click Browse to locate the Active Directory container. Use the syntax in the following example to type the path: LDAP://OU=<Sales>,DC=<Server1>,DC=<Wingtip>,DC=com All subcontainers in the selected containers will be copied. 6. Under Domain Controller, accept the default domain controller in which you want to store the migration log, or click Find to locate a different domain controller to store the log, and then click Next. 7. On the "NDS Container and Password" or "Bindery Container and Password" page, type the appropriate NDS or Bindery syntax as indicated below, or click Browse to locate the container or server: NDS://Tree1/O=<Wingtip>/OU=<Sales> NWCOMPAT://<Server> 8. Under "User name", type the name of the administrative account. In the Password box, type the password for that account, and then click Next. You must type the NDS administrative account by using the full NDS context, such as "Admin.wingtip". Do not include the NDS tree name. 9. On the Initial Reverse Synchronization page, click Password Options, and then click one of the following password schemes: - Set passwords to blank - Set passwords to the user name - Set passwords to a random value - Set all passwords to the following value If you do not select a scheme, the default "Set passwords to the user name" scheme is applied. After you have selected a password scheme, click OK, click Next, and then click Finish. NOTE: Whether the migration is successful or errors occur, you can view the logs after the wizard finishes by clicking View Logs. Or, you can view the same logs in the Application log in Event Viewer. The third-party products discussed in this article are manufactured by vendors independent of Microsoft; we make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding these products' performance or reliability. The third-party contact information included in this article is provided to help you find the technical support you need. This contact information is subject to change without notice. Microsoft in no way guarantees the accuracy of this third-party contact information. Troubleshooting --------------- - MSDSS requires the Novell client and cannot interoperate with solutions that use Gateway Services for NetWare (GSNW). - If you install MSDSS on a computer that is not a domain controller and the computer is running Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional or Windows 2000 Server, only the MSDSS console is installed, not the Directory Synchronization service. - When you are installing MSDSS on a Windows 2000-based domain controller, Setup detects the domain controller and attempts to update the schema even if you are attempting to install only the MSDSS console. However, when you are installing MSDSS on a Windows 2000 Professional-based or Windows 2000 Server-based computer (that is not a domain controller), you do not need to update the schema as part of the installation process. - Quit all programs, including any antivirus software, before you install MSDSS. - Active Directory organizational units and NDS containers cannot be created by using this wizard. Use the Windows 2000 Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in to create organizational units; use NetWare administrative tools to create NDS containers. - NDS and Bindery do not allow user passwords to be read. Therefore, you need to choose a password assignment scheme to specify how passwords will be assigned in Active Directory after they have been migrated from NDS or Bindery. - The wizard displays all NDS trees on the network, even if no common protocol is available between that tree and Windows 2000. For example, a computer that is running Windows 2000 Server with only TCP/IP displays IPX-only trees, but you cannot browse them. REFERENCES For additional information, see the following Microsoft Web site: http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/interop/dirsync.asp Additional query words: ====================================================================== Keywords : kbAudITPro kbHOWTOmaster Technology : kbwin2000AdvServ kbwin2000AdvServSearch kbwin2000DataServ kbwin2000DataServSearch kbwin2000Serv kbwin2000ServSearch kbwin2000Search kbWinAdvServSearch kbWinDataServSearch Version : :2000 Issue type : kbhowto ================================================================================
  • How to Migrate or Deploy a Novell NetWare Environment to Windows[ntrelease] ID: Q274279 CREATED: 19-SEP-2000 MODIFIED: 20-DEC-2001 :2000 PUBLIC | ====================================================================== ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The information in this article applies to: - Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional - Microsoft Windows 2000 Server - Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SUMMARY ======= If you are considering migrating from Novell NetWare to Windows or need information on a mixed environment deployment, this article provides strategies and recommendations to get you started. MORE INFORMATION ================ To read about these strategies and recommendations, go to one of the following Microsoft Web sites: - NetWare to Windows 2000 Server Migration Planning Guide (http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/planning/incremental/netmigrate.asp) This document provides a guide for customers planning to migrate all or part of their NetWare environment to the Windows operating system. A description of the NetWare migration and interoperability tools provided by Microsoft is included, as well as a step-by-step planning guide to how the tools can be used to migrate NetWare files, directories, and file and print services to Windows and the Active Directory service. - Interoperability in a Novell NetWare Environment (http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/interop/default.asp) Windows is designed to provide end users and IT professionals with powerful new productivity capabilities in any type of enterprise environment. This paper focuses on the capabilities of Windows in a Novell NetWare environment, including NetWare 5, 4.x, and earlier environments. - Windows 2000 Professional in a NetWare Environment (http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/planning/incremental/netware.asp) Windows is ideal for mixed environments where users must interact with Novell NetWare, UNIX, or mainframe servers, as well as Windows 2000 Server or Windows NT Server. This guide outlines the steps to install and configure the Windows operating system in a Novell NetWare-based network. - Synchronizing Windows 2000 Active Directory with Novell Directories (http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/interop/dirsync.asp) Microsoft Directory Synchronization Services (MSDSS), included with Services for NetWare version 5.0, makes Active Directory synchronization with NDS and NetWare 3.x binderies possible. - MSDSS Technical Overview (http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/interop/mdssoverview.asp) This paper discusses the architecture and technologies of the Microsoft Directory Synchronization Service component of Services for NetWare version 5.0. Additional query words: ====================================================================== Keywords : Technology : kbwin2000AdvServ kbwin2000AdvServSearch kbwin2000Serv kbwin2000ServSearch kbwin2000Search kbwin2000ProSearch kbwin2000Pro kbWinAdvServSearch Version : :2000 Issue type : kbinfo ================================================================================
  • Zo dat Forumlid is ook weer een weekeinde van de straat :smile: groetjes Edmond
  • Ik heb een voorbeeld scripje naar je gemaild
  • Denk dat het voor anderen ook wel interessant is. Communiceren via het Forum is de kern van deze zaak. mvrgroet Edmond
  • Ongetwijfeld interessant voor anderen. Maar kan ik hier bestanden kwijt dan? Ik kan het script wel plaatsen maar het leest de gegevens uit een excel sheet. Trouwens ik weet bijna zeker dat je binnen een paar minuten zoeken een voorbeeld script kunt vinden. Als je het script wilt hebben dan stuur je maar even een mail en ik stuur het naar je op.

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