how do i set the column name in active directory user search

how do i set the column name in active directory user search with vbscript ?

i created a user named "yehuda testing"

but it looks like that and not showing display name like other userobjects

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inside it look like this

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ADUC console use ANR (ambiguous name resolution) to display results:
When using VBS, you need to specify each attribute you want to return.
If you use recordset, you can write columns like this if you don't know which attribute is in the field.

For i=0 To objRecordSet.Fields.Count-1
	WScript.Echo "Field " & i & ": " & objRecordset.Fields(i).Name

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yehudahaAuthor Commented:
i don't think you understood me

i want to know how can i set the name column in the first picture with vbscript, wich attribute ?
as i answered, you cannot really change the "name" column in the MMC itself.
the name column represent any attribute from the ambiguous name resolution, and not one especially.
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You CAN change the name that he is trying to modify, "YehudaT", within the MMC.  I am guessing he wants it to read "yehuda Testing". This can be accomplished by simply right clicking on the name and selecting rename or alternately you can click; pause; click and you will be able to change the name that is displayed.  However, this is not what he wants to do.  He wants to be able to change this using a script cause I am guessing that there are several users who have this problem.  unfortunately I am not sure which user attribute governs that.
yehudahaAuthor Commented:

Figure It Out

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yehudahaAuthor Commented:
there is a way you need to modify the "cn" attribute
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