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Using ldifde utility I want to transfer below mentioned things from one domain (SVM.com) to other domain xyz.com or Export the OU from one domain and export it to other domain through ldifde -f output.ldf utility I export the domain and when I want to import to other domain through below mentioned...
Is it possible to make an ldifde querie to find the current user's e-mail adress and exports that to a environment variable like: e-mail=John.Travolta@Music.com or something.. so if i would type set on the local PC i would see this set variable there..
I have question here and hope to get help from you... My prob. is with LDIFDE and TSPROF tools. I am new to scripts and dealing with utilities, but I need to use these two tools. I am searching the 'Net lookig for them but the info i get tells me these tools are in Windows server/support tools....