Adding Available Columns list of the Add/Remove Columns

Posted on 2007-07-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
How to add Available Columns list of the Add/Remove Columns? I want put and IP phone in the list so that I can view it at the display column at the right panel.
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    I presume you want to add this column to AD Users and Computers... if so

    Load ADSIedit
    Connect to the Configuration Naming Context.
    Select The DisplaySpecifiers
    Select CN=409, this is for english.  If you have a different region, you will need to select the appriopriate number based on your location
    Select CN=default-Display and right click and select properties
    Select the Attribute: extraColumns
    Add: ipPhone,IP Phone,0,-1,0

    Wait a few minutes for replication and this should now show up as in the list of available columns.

    See this for reference:

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