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How can you see the value of Active Directory Attributes

Posted on 2009-07-03
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Hi Experts

We are configuring AD to Integrate with Oracle, using the step by step guide we have create a new attribute called 'orclCommonAttribute'

I've been instructed to change the password for an AD user then search AD for th user to verify the orclCommonAttribute contains the genetated has password value

But I can't fint the this??

Any help would be great
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by:Shabarinath Ramadasan
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Just a clarification - Did you linked the new attribute with the correct object class?
Cheerio
Shaba
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by:it_ops
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Hi there
Thanks for the response, a colleague of mine has set this up and will be back on Tuesday, so I'll have a chat and get back to you then
Thanks for your help
Cheers
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Henrik Johansson earned 500 total points
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Run the following command on a DC or a computer that has the adminpak.msi installed. <username> is the "pre-windows 2000 logon name" for the queried user.

C:\>dsquery * -filter (samaccountname=<username>) -attr orclCommonAttribute
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by:it_ops
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Hi
Thanks for the command henjoh09, it did the job, it displayed the hash value I was looking for thanks again
Cheers
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