How to Use LDIFDE to Manage Active Directory

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How to Use LDIFDE to Manage Active Directory

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Added by September 25, 2016

Learn how to use the bulk import and export command line tool Ldifde (Lightweight Data Interchange Format, Data Exchange) to manage your Active Directory (AD) databases.

LDFA allows a user to export their Active Directory Database or bulk import into an Active Directory database.

For more see Rick Trader’s CSVDE video:

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