Create objects(OU,user and goups) on Active Directory Windows Server 2008 R2

Today we will look at Active Directory Users and Computers tool. You add, disable, reset, or delete user, groups and computer accounts using the Active Directory Users and Computers tool.

To start the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in, click Start, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Users and Computers:


To create Organization Unit right click on Tekbloq.local and Click New and then Click Organization Unit:


Type name of New Object and click OK:


As  you see New OU(Organization Unit) has been created, Same way you can create child OU under ITUsers OU:


To create user right click on ITUsers OU and Click New and then click User:


Type all required information below and click next:


Type password for the User and click Next (In this screen you can also set up 4 important setting with checking up checkbox):


Create User by clicking Finish:


So now created an account for Asim Alili in the ITUsers OU:


To add additional information about this user or configure setting double-click on User(Asim Alili) or Right click on that and select Properties:


To create group right click on ITUsers OU and Click New and then click Group:


Type group name , Group scope and type for that and click OK:

  • The Group type indicates whether the group can be used to assign permissions to other network resources, such as files and printers. Both security and distribution groups can be used for e-mail distribution lists.
  • The Group scope determines the visibility of the group and what type of objects can be contained within the group.


ITGroup group created:


To add member to that group double-click on that groups and click Members, click Add and type name for that user and click OK:


And click OK:


If you can enter the user properties under Member Of tabs page showed ITGroup name:


Same way you can create other object on AD.

NOTE: All operation Renaming, Moving, and Deleting Objects you can do right-click on AD objects (For example: To move an object, right-click the object, and then click Move).