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6.4.3 Creating Groups 
You can use Active Directory Users and Computers console in Administrative Tools or the 
dsadd
 
command-line utility to create groups. To create a group using Active Directory Users and Computers, do 
the following: 
• Click on the 
START
 button 
• 
Point to 
ALL PROGRAMS 
• Point to 
ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS
 
• Open 
ACTIVE DIRECTORY USERS AND COMPUTERS
 
• In the console tree, right-click the folder in which you want to add a new group 
• Point to 
NEW
 
• Then click 
GROUP
 
• Enter a name of the new group 
• In Group scope, select the group scope for the group 
• In Group type, select the group type of the new group 
• Then click 
OK
 
 
The 
dsadd
 command used to create a group requires the 
group
 parameter to. The syntax for this command 
is: 
 
dsadd group <group_DN> [-secgrp {yes | no}] [-scope {l | g | u}] 
[-samid <SAM_name>] [-desc <description>] [-memberof < group ...>] 
[-members <member ...>] [-s <server> | -d <domain>] [-u <user_name>] 
[-p{ <password> | * }] [-q] [{-uc | -uco | -uci}]
 
 
The parameters used in this syntax are discussed in Table 6.5. 
 
TABLE 6.5: The Dsadd Command-line Parameters
 
Parameter 
Description 
<group_DN> 
Specifies the distinguished names (DNs) of the group 
account you want to create. 
-secgrp {yes | no} 
Specifies that the group is a security group if set to 
yes
or a distribution group if set to 
no
-scope {l | g | u} 
Specifies the group scope. The valid switches for this 
parameter are: 
• l
, which specifies a local group; 
• g
, which specifies a global group and is the default; 
and 
• u
, which specifies a universal group. If the domain is 
in the Windows 2000 mixed domain functional level, 
universal groups are not supported. 
-samid <SAM_name> 
Sets the group's SAM account name to the value 
specified in 
<SAM_name>
-desc <description>
 
Sets the group description to that specified in 
<description>
-memberof <group ...>
 Makes the group a member of the group(s) listed by their 
distinguished 
name 
(DN) 
in 
<group ...>
. If multiple groups are listed, their 
distinguished name must be separated by a space. 
-members <member ...> 
Adds the members listed in
 <member ...>
 to the group. 
If multiple members 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 
–p * 
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. 
 
You can use the 
dsmod
 command-line utility to modify one or more existing groups. The syntax for the 
dsmod
 command is: 
 
dsmod group <group_DN ...> [-samid <SAM_name>] [-desc <description>] 
[-secgrp {yes | no}] [-scope {l | g | u}] 
[{-addmbr | -rmmbr | -chmbr} <member ...>] [-s <server> | -d <domain>] 
[-u <user_name>] [-p{ <password> | * }] [-c] [-q] [{-uc | -uco | -uci}]
 
 
As you can see, the syntax for the 
dsmod
 command is similar to that of the 
dsadd
 command. The two 
differences are: 
• 
The 
–c
 switch, which sets the command to run in continuous mode. In this mode, the command reports 
errors but continues with the next group in the argument list when multiple computer objects are 
specified in 
<group_DN ...>
; and 
• 
The 
[{-addmbr | -rmmbr | –chmbr} <member ...>]
 clause. This clause contains three parameters:  
-addmbr
,
 -rmmbr
 and
 –chmbr
. The -
addmbr
 parameter adds the 
<member ...> 
list to the group; the  
–rmmbr
 parameter removes the members listed in
 <member ...>
 from the group; and 
–chmbr
 replaces 
the current members of the group with those listed in 
<member ...>
 
 

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