dsadd--Adds objects to the directory. For more information, see Dsadd.
dsget--Displays properties of objects in the directory. For more information, see Dsget.
dsmod--Modifies select attributes of an existing object in the directory. For more information, see Dsmod.
dsquery--Finds objects in the directory that match a specified search criteria. For more information, see Dsquery.
dsmove--Moves an object from its current location to a new parent location. For more information, see Dsmove.
dsrm--Removes an object, the complete subtree under an object in the directory, or both. For more information, see Dsrm.
Creates a local or global group IF it doesn't already exist and populates
the new or existing group according to information in the user specified
input text file. This requires admin access to the domain. Usrtogrp will
search the specified domain for the user accounts. If you are manipulating
a local group, usrtogrp will also search trusted domains, so the user
accounts should be specified as just "JohnDoe", not "DomainName\JohnDoe".
This tool is useful for granting users (1000 max per iteration)
membership to a group, especially if you don't know in which trusted domain the user
account is contained. This tool is meant for use with domains containing
Windows NT Advanced Servers. It will not populate groups on your local Windows NT client.
Where: is a text file with the following format: