This guide introduces batch administration of the Active Directory service, using both the LDAP Data Interchange Format (LDIF) utility and a simple program you can write using the Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) development system.
Using these tools, you can export, import, and modify objects such as users, contacts, groups, servers, printers, and shared folders.
This article is designed to help you better understand how the LDIFDE utility can be used to migrate directories by providing full LDIFDE syntax as well as additional examples.
LDIFDE troubelshooting article which also provides valuable explanation of required parts to make LDIFDE work.
More LDIFDE information.
Command reference of all the CSVDE switches you can use as well as some examples and tips.
The new command-line tools for Active Directory in Windows Server 2003.