This latest release of AD Bulk Export includes a couple of minor bug fixes and a change to the way saving to a SQL database can be done.
Two new command line arguments have been added, these are /dropTable and /truncateTable, you can also enable these options via the GUI in the ‘Options’ section of the ‘Save to Database’ window.
By default the data pulled from Active Directory will be appended to the table this can now be changed by using the command line arguments /dropTable or /truncateTable or by selecting either of the two options in the GUI. By checking ‘Drop table first’ the program will delete the table and then recreate the table before inserting the data pulled from Active Directory. Checking ‘Truncate table first’ will delete the table rows but leave the columns intact, this is especially useful if you are going to add custom columns. Both options are retained when the program is closed and reopened.
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