Active Directory Add/Remove Columns - Made the change to the extraColumn part of the Display Specifier of choice but nothing is changing?

I have a windows 2003 domain.  I am trying to configure AD to allow for some more columns when you open ADUC.  I have made the change to CN=409,CN=DisplaySpecifiers,CN=Configuration,DC=torreynet,DC=local using Adsiedit.  Unfortunately the columns are still not available. I have restarted the netlogon service as well as rebooted the server. Can anyone give me some advice?  Have I missed something?  I dont want to script this.  I just want the column.  Much easier to manage.

i havent found too much documentation on this but if someone has detailed documentation to troubleshoot this i would appreciate it.

I want to add the columns to the default Users container, the default computers container as well as when I do saved queries.  Any help would greatly be appreciated.  I think this is something a little more advanced so i will definately make the points available.

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Under the below support article, MS suggest using LDP for modifying and adsiedit for veriftication.

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lynnnetworkAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help.  But this still does not solve all of my problem. The containers that I want the functionality to dont have it.  Computers, Users.  The created OU's are good to go, but the main ones that i want are not working.  the default-display has all the needed extra columns as well.

Any ideas why this is still not working for those containers?
lynnnetworkAuthor Commented:
Never Mind.  Got it.  I didnt see the container-display right next to the default-display.
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Me too. I made the change to the extraColumn part of the Display Specifier of choice but nothing is changing.. I only changed the extracolumn in default-display and I see that the extracolumn in user-display is <Not Set>.

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