Simplify the process of creating and managing multiple users in a Windows NT-domain. UMA collects the necessary data about the users to be created from a text-file, and performs all the operations that would otherwise have to be done manually.
Description: Using User Manager Assistant (UMA) for Windows NT server, you can create new users easier than ever before.
As a network administrator you will be able to save a substantial amount of time using this product. It saves you the work of manually having to register each individual user in your domain, create private shares, assign user profiles, and so forth.
UMA can create users from a textfile, make usernames, passwords, home directories and profiles in one operation. UMA is developed by sysadmins for sysadmins.
UMA has been designed to match the need for any medium sized or large organisation, and has functionality that makes it particularly useful in environments that need to differentiate between users on the basis of year of registration, class, e.g. schools and other educational institutions.
- Creates the user
- Assigns a password
- Make the user member of a given group
- Assigns a logon script
- Assigns a profile directory
- Creates a directory for the profile, and copies a profile-template
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