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Using the Adaxes Administration Console, you can perform bulk update of AD users in several ways:

Using the Add or Modify Property Wizard:

  1. Select the AD users you need in the Result Pane, Basket or search results.
  2. Right-click the selected users and click Add/Modify Property in the context menu.
  3. Modify properties of the selected users the way you need.

Using the Property Pages:

  1. Select the AD users you need in the Result Pane, Basket or search results.
  2. Right-click the selected users and select Properties from the context menu.
  3. In the Multiple Selection Properties dialog box, select the check box for the property you want to change and specify a new value for this property.
  4. Click OK.

You can also delete or move multiple AD objects, enable or disable multiple user and computer accounts, add users or contacts to a group in bulk, etc.

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