Active Directory User Create Version 2


Name Description
{name=Error Handling, value=Determine what to return if an error is encountered.}
{name=User Logon, value=The user's logon id. This value should be specified as a User Principal Name (UPN) using the format ''. By convention, the User Logon is typically set to the same value as the user's email addresses. In older Active Directory implementations, the domain may be omitted and the User Logon may be provided using the format 'username'.}
{name=First Name, value=The first name of the user.}
{name=Last Name, value=The last name of the user.}
{name=Full Name, value=The full name of the user. In most Active Directory implementations, this value must be unique.}
{name=Description, value=The description of the user. This value is displayed within the Active Directory user list and is often used to describe the role or purpose of a user account.}
{name=Office, value=A string representing the location of the user's office. This could be a building name or number, floor, room or cube number, or any combination of values.}
{name=Telephone, value=The primary telephone number of the user.}
{name=Email, value=The email address of the user.}
{name=Title, value=The user's job title.}
{name=Department, value=The primary department that the user is a member of.}
{name=Company, value=The name of the company that the user is employed by.}
{name=Activated, value=Indicates whether or not the the user's account should be activated upon creation.}

Sample Configration

Name Description
{name=Error Handling, value=}
{name=User Logon, value=}
{name=First Name, value=}
{name=Last Name, value=}
{name=Full Name, value=}
{name=Description, value=}
{name=Office, value=}
{name=Telephone, value=}
{name=Email, value=}
{name=Title, value=}
{name=Department, value=}
{name=Company, value=}
{name=Activated, value=}


Name Description
{name=Handler Error Message, value=}
{name=Distinguished Name, value=}

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