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I would like to create aliases for my users in Active Directory
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by:darkmooink
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please elaborate on what you mean by aliases, do you mean extra aliases for the emails or something else
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by:dhoffman_98
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OK, then go ahead and create them. You have my permission.

If you meant to ask a question, then ask it.
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by:KirkMatt
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the question is creating aliases for Active Directory users.
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by:KirkMatt
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If i have a user with the name admin and want to alias the login as sysadmin
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by:darkmooink
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you go to the users properties then to the account tab and there is the login name and you just change that
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by:dhoffman_98
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No, that's changing the actual name.

Are we talking about mail aliases or logins?
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by:KirkMatt
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logins
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dhoffman_98 earned 125 total points
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Can't be done... a login name is a login name.

If my account is created as "dhoffman", then that's how I log in. That might not be my DISPLAY NAME, but that's the name of my account. If I want to login as "david" instead of "dhoffman", then I have to change the account name. There are no aliases for logins.
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by:KirkMatt
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thanks
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