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How to upload employee Photo & Stuff ID in the AD

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I need to upload employee photos in Active Directory.
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Well its possible - but not easy and its goind to make AD grow a fair bit:
see http://www.arricc.net/active-directory-photos-sharepoint.php
you make be better off using a third party tool eg http://www.webactivedirectory.com
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I uploaded the photo into jpegePhoto attribute of user. I need to check after retrieving the same.

Thank you so much,
Anil
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Here is the instruction/example for uploading photos into AD: http://blogs.technet.com/btrst4/archive/2004/08/30/222629.aspx
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