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IP Phone fields addition in groups.

Posted on 2011-09-11
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Hi Experts,
Due to some business requirements i want to add IP Phone field for all groups in our active directory. In Users property its already there. please let me know a way to do the same for groups as well.
I have 6 domain controllers and all running on 2003 with forest and domain functional level as native 2003.
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A group does not have an IP phone.  If this is what you are asking you would need to actually extend the AD Schema and that is no small feat.

You actually whant a Group to have an IP PHone field of its own? No the users but the actual Group?
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I want to have IP Phone field for *all* groups (existing and new) in my AD.
what all changes i have to make in schema for this ?
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