Lightweight Data Interchange Format, Data Exchange (LDIFDE)

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What was the differentiate with the Lightweight Data Interchange Format, Data Exchange (LDIFDE) and Comma Separated Value Data Exchange (CSVDE) Usage thought? What is also the roles of the Flexible single Master Operation (FSMO)? Which of them creating an error? What would be the effects if one of them is failure?

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Lightweight Data Interchange Format, Data Exchange (LDIFDE)

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Hi Richelle,

LDIFDE or Lightweight Data Interchange Format Data Exchange are the ones that creates, changes or modify and delete or remove objects on the directory of a computer running server 2003 of windows and xp environment. Comma Separated Value Data Exchange or CSVDE on the other hand is the one who imports and exports data or information from our Active Directory Domain services with the use of files saved in CSV format.

You can CSVDE to export and import data using CSV file format while LDIFDE can modify and delete with no restrictions. It is always recommended to use LDIFDE due to CSVDE’s restriction.

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