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6.2.1 Creating Computer Accounts 
When you create a computer account, you can choose the organizational unit (OU) in which to create that 
account. If a computer joins a domain, the computer account is automatically created in the Computers 
container, but can be moved to an OU as required. 
 
By default, members of the Account Operators group, Domain Admins group, or the Enterprise Admins 
group in Active Directory can create computer accounts in the Computers container and in new OUs. 
However, members of the Account Operators group cannot create computer accounts in the Builtin, 
Domain Controllers, ForeignSecurityPrincipals, LostAndFound, Program Data, System, or Users 
containers.  
 
To create a computer account by using Active Directory Users and Computers, do the following: 
 
 Click on the 
START
 button 
 Point to 
ALL
 
PROGRAMS
 
 Click on 
ADMINISTARTIVE TOOLS
 
 Click on 
ACTIVE DIRECTORY USERS AND COMPUTERS
 
 In the console tree, right-click 
COMPUTERS
 or the container in which you want to add 
the computer 
 On the pop-up menu, point to 
NEW
 
 Then click 
COMPUTER
 
 Type the computer name in the 
COMPUTER
 name box 
 Select the appropriate options 
 Then click 
NEXT
 
 In the Managed dialog box, click 
NEXT
 
 Then click 
FINISH
 
 
 
You can also create a computer account by using the 
dsadd
 command-line utility. The syntax to create a 
computer account by using the 
dsadd
 command-line utility is: 
 
dsadd computer <computer_DN> [-samid <SAM_name>] [-desc <description>] 
[-loc <location] [-memberof <group_name ...>] 
[{-s <server> | -d <domain>}] [-u <user_name>] [-p {<password> | *}] 
[-q] [{-uc | -uco | -uci}]   
 
The parameters for the 
dsadd
 command are listed in Table 6.1. 
 
TABLE 6.1: The Dsadd Command-line Parameters
 
Parameter 
Description 
computer <computer_DN> 
Specifies the distinguished names (DNS) of the 
computer account you want to create. 
-samid <SAM_name> 
Sets the computer's SAM account name to the value 
specified in 
<SAM_name>
desc <description>
 
Sets the computer account description to 
<description>
-loc <location>
 
Sets the computer location to 
<location>
-memberof <group_name ...>
 Makes the computer a member of the group(s) listed 
by their distinguished name (DN) in 
<group_ name ...>
. If multiple groups are listed, 
their distinguished name must be separated by a space. 
-s <server> | -d <domain>
 
-s <server>
 connects to the domain controller with 
the specified 
<server>
 name, while 
-d <domain>
 
connects to a domain controller in the specified 
<domain>
-u <user_name>
 
Specifies the user account to use when connecting. 
-p{ <password> | * }
 
-p <password> 
specifies the password to be used 
with the user account to use when connecting while 
specifies that the command prompt the user for a 
password when connecting
.
 
-q
 
Sets the command to run in quiet mode. In this mode, 
all command output is suppressed to the standard 
output. 
-uc 
Specifies that the input from or output to pipe is 
formatted in Unicode. 
-uco 
Specifies that the output to pipe or file is formatted in 
Unicode. 
-uci
 
Specifies that the input to pipe or file is formatted in 
Unicode. 
 
 

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