This HTA started out as a means to list all the groups - including nested groups - to which users in a client's AD belonged. From that, it grew into what I hope is a one-stop shop for some of the more common tasks in AD, such as finding out when a bunch of users last logged on, what the home directories are and so on. The function I use most often is the one to clone a user account.
The script uses a status bar "control" which is part of HTALite.HTC. It's included in the ZIP but the latest version should be available here but it can be stripped out easily if you don't like it. It also uses the 'overLib' scripts to display tooltips. This is also included in the ZIP and again, the latest version is available here and again, can be removed but not quite so easily.
As usual, I'd be interested in receiving your feedback but note that I work for clients full-time and thus support - such as it is! - will be on a "best endeavours" basis.
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