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How to create User Profile Property from existin First and Last name Properties

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Hello. I would like to create a new User Profile Property that would combine Last and First name properties (from Active Directory). Is that possible to do? I am using SharePoint 2010.
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No.  But can you just import from DisplayName?
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Sorry....that is already imported to the Name field in SharePoint.  This doesn't work for you?
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Unfortunately DisplayName would produce Firts name, Last name. I need Last name, First name. This is likely an Active Directory issue, but I would like to avoid all risky business with it.
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