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Dsget

Aggiornamento: dicembre 2007

Si applica a: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2008

Displays the selected properties of a specific object in the directory.

Dsget is a command-line tool that is built into Windows Server 2008. It is available if you have the Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) server role installed. To use dsget, you must run the dsget command from an elevated command prompt. To open an elevated command prompt, click Start, right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as administrator.

Commands

 

Command Description

Dsget computer

Displays the properties of a computer in the directory.

There are two variations of this command. The first variation allows you to view the properties of multiple computers. The second variation allows you to view the membership information of a single computer.

Dsget contact

Displays the various properties of a contact in the directory.

Dsget group

Displays the various properties of a group including the members of a group in the directory. There are two variations of this command. The first variation allows you to view the properties of multiple groups. The second variation allows you to view the group membership information of a single group.

Dsget ou

Displays the various properties of an organizational unit in the directory.

Dsget server

Displays the various properties of a domain controller defined in the directory.

There are three variations of this command. The first variation displays the general properties of a domain controller that you specify. The second variation displays a list of the security principals who own the largest number of directory objects on the domain controller that you specify. The third variation displays the distinguished names of the directory partitions on the server that you specify.

Dsget user

Displays the properties of a user in the directory. There are two variations of this command. The first variation allows you to view the properties of multiple users. The second variation allows you to view the group membership information of a single user.

Dsget subnet

Displays the properties of a subnet that is defined in the directory.

Dsget site

Displays the properties of a site that is defined in the directory.

Dsget quota

Displays the properties of a quota specification that is defined in the directory. A quota specification determines the maximum number of directory objects that a given security principal can own in a specific directory partition.

Dsget partition

Displays the properties of a directory partition.

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