ADUC column question

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jeremy.stump posted this 12 September 2017

Anyone know how to update the schema to allow for other fields to show up in my columns options?   Such as employeeID attribute ?  

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daemonr00t posted this 12 September 2017

Hi there!

 

I wrote some about it, unless you speak Spanish you’ll need to translate this, still has some graphics and other stuff easy to understand.

 

http://telnet25.blogspot.com/2011/04/consulta-personalizada.html

 

Both line, displaySpecifiers is the key for you.

 

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barkills posted this 12 September 2017

I don’t think displaySpecifiers is the missing link.

 

employeeId maps to a displayName of Employee ID.

 

Neither employeeId nor “Employee ID” is a valid column name in ADUC.

 

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Mahdi posted this 12 September 2017

Isn't it done using extracolumns via adsiedit?

https://www.showmehowtodoit.com/how-to-add-additional-columns-in-active-directory-users-and-computers-console/


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Anyone know how to update the schema to allow for other fields to show up in my columns options?   Such as employeeID attribute ?  

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daemonr00t posted this 12 September 2017

You use displaySpecifiers to add the attributes you want in the output of your query as show in the blog post.

 

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms675905(v=vs.85).aspx

 

 

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PARRIS posted this 12 September 2017

Display Specifiers it is.

 



 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 



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jheaton posted this 12 September 2017

Is that done on one DC, that then replicates to the others?  Also, does it have to be done in all 3 of those keys?

 

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PARRIS posted this 12 September 2017

Each one is for a different display; for example if you want containers as well as OU’s to display the information then yes.

 

 



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daemonr00t posted this 12 September 2017

The change is done in the configuration partition so that replicates forest wide.

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PARRIS posted this 12 September 2017

Answering the first part of your question.


DisplaySpecifiers are stored in the configuration partition (which is forest wide) and easily manipulated using adsiedit.msc

 

 

 

 

 

 



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barkills posted this 12 September 2017

Ah … now I see: it’s the extraColumns attribute on the appropriate displaySpecifier object. So that’s a 2nd feature in addition to the more well-known feature you get from displaySpecifier (where it

generally just controls what name you see).

 

Sorry, I should have read the blog post you sent first.

 

Brian

 

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