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No User logon name populated under Account Tab in AD User Properties

Posted on 2013-05-24
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Last Modified: 2013-05-24
I am working on a script that is creating a user in AD with certain attributes. It creates fine, tested login in with it but just wondering that the "User logon name" text box is blank along with drop down menu to choose the domain name.
Piece of the user creation code:
$sam = $_."Last Name".ToLower() + $_."First Name".substring(0,1).ToLower()
New-ADUser $sam -AccountPassword $setpass -OtherAttributes @{givenName=$_."First Name";sn=$_."Last Name"; displayName=$_."Last Name" + ", " + $_."First Name"; title=$_."Job Title"; employeeNumber=$_."Clock Number"}

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Question by:namerg
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ID: 39195678
I think I got it, I had to add the userPrincipalName attrribute

New-ADUser $sam -AccountPassword $setpass -OtherAttributes @{userPrincipalName=$sam + $domain; givenName=$_."First Name";sn=$_."Last Name"; displayName=$_."Last Name" + ", " + $_."First Name"; title=$_."Job Title"; employeeNumber=$_."Clock Number"}

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Subsun earned 2000 total points
ID: 39195754
You are right.. UPN is not auto populated when you use New-ADUser or New-QADUser. You need to specify it while creating the user else it will be null.
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ID: 39195805
Ahh.. that wasn't necessary.. You could have accepted your comment as answer.. I just added it for your information.. :-)

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