Win2k8 R2  Attribute Editor tab

Posted on 2014-07-16
Last Modified: 2014-07-18
I would like to know how to use the Attribute editor tab in win2k8 r2. I am trying to have the employee ID field appear in the user property for a single user in AD before I apply it to the entire forest. I was wondering if I could have that field appear in the
Question by:SydNal2009
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    It can,t be populated for single user.
    You need to permenently modify AD schema in order to get that tab added in user properties
    Its risky task, I believe some complex scripts \ 3rd party tools must be there to achieve that

    Instead you can follow below article to populate that field as right click menu

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