LKBEN10574: Schedule automatic export of Active Directory structure and objects with AT job and csvde


You want an export from your AD.




With AT you can schedule automatic jobs. To export AD you can use the following code and save it as a cmd file.

at 20:30 /every:Mo c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c csvde -m -f c:AD-exportAD-export-Montag.csv
at 20:30 /every:Di c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c csvde -m -f c:AD-exportAD-export-Dienstag.csv
at 20:30 /every:Mi c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c csvde -m -f c:AD-exportAD-export-Mittwoch.csv
at 20:30 /every:Do c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c csvde -m -f c:AD-exportAD-export-Donnerstag.csv
at 20:30 /every:Fr c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c csvde -m -f c:AD-exportAD-export-Freitag.csv
at 20:30 /every:Sa c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c csvde -m -f c:AD-exportAD-export-Samstag.csv
at 20:30 /every:So c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c csvde -m -f c:AD-exportAD-export-Sontag.csv

Save it as CMD and execute it. You can than check for execution, it should look like:

Statuskenn. Tag                     Zeit          Befehlszeile
        1   Jeden Mo                20:30         c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c csvde -m -f c:AD-exportAD-export-Montag.csv
        2   Jeden Di                20:30         c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c csvde -m -f c:AD-exportAD-export-Dienstag.csv
        3   Jeden Mi                20:30         c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c csvde -m -f c:AD-exportAD-export-Mittwoch.csv
        4   Jeden Do                20:30         c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c csvde -m -f c:AD-exportAD-export-Donnerstag.csv
        5   Jeden Fr                20:30         c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c csvde -m -f c:AD-exportAD-export-Freitag.csv
        6   Jeden Sa                20:30         c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c csvde -m -f c:AD-exportAD-export-Samstag.csv
        7   Jeden So                20:30         c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c csvde -m -f c:AD-exportAD-export-Sontag.csv



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About the Author

Author: Wim Peeters - Keskon GmbH & Co. KG

Wim Peeters is electronics engineer with an additional master in IT and over 30 years of experience, including time spent in support, development, consulting, training and database administration. Wim has worked with SQL Server since version 6.5. He has developed in C/C++, Java and C# on Windows and Linux. He writes knowledge base articles to solve IT problems and publishes them on the Lubby Knowledge Platform.

Latest update: 05/10/2020 | Comment: