Active Directory; User display name

Hi All,

In our Active directory user accounts have display name in the format (Pavan J) = J, Pavan.
A day automation has created display name with 2 extra spaces, J,  Pavan... Will there be any issue with this change?
Pavan JoshiAsked:
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Joseph MoodyBlogger and wearer of all hats.Commented:
Shouldn't be. If you use exchange, people may get a bit confused when using the check names feature though.

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Pavan JoshiAuthor Commented:
Will this affect any thing in AD environment because the attribute is used by LDAP client as an identity?  Why am I asking this question is because we have a application which use LDAP to sync users information in the company.
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