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Active Directory Custom Attribute

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I've created a new custom attribute in Active Directory. I've created the OID, and registered the class. I've also added the class to the 'Groups' attribute. How do I now add data to this field? If I go to 'manage users'....and right click on a group and select properties, my custom attribute doesn't appear. Obviously I'm missing a step. Can anyone help? I want my custom attribute field to appear on the properties for 'groups'. Help!

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Microsoft® Active Directory® directory service provides a mechanism for adding pages to the property sheet displayed for a directory object from the Active Directory administrative snap-ins or the Microsoft Windows® shell. To add a page to the property sheet, implement a property sheet extension.

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This assumes that the reader is familiar with COM operation and component development using C++. It is not currently possible to create an Active Directory property sheet extension using Microsoft® Visual Basic®.

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http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/ad/ad/property_pages_for_use_with_display_specifiers.asp
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