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Manage the Active Directory Domain Services Schema : Create Attributes

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Use the Active Directory Schema snap-in to create attributes in the schema.

To create an attribute, perform the following steps:

1.
Log on to a domain controller or a member computer that has Windows Server 2008 RSAT installed.

2.
Click Start, click Administrative Tools, and click Active Directory Schema.

3.
In the console tree, expand Active Directory Schema and then click Attributes.

4.
On the Action menu, click Create Attribute.

5.
On the Schema Object Creation warning, shown in Figure 1, click Continue.



Figure 1. The Schema Object Creation warning box.


6.
On the Create New Attribute window, shown in Figure 2, do the following:

  • Type a common name in the Common Name field.

  • Type an LDAP display name in the LDAP Display Name field.

  • Type the OID in the Unique X500 Object ID field.

  • Type a description in the Description field, if required.

  • Select the attribute syntax in the Syntax field.

  • Type a minimum acceptable value in the Minimum field, if required.

  • Type a maximum acceptable value in the Maximum field, if required.

  • Select Multi-Valued if the attributed is a multivalued attribute.

Figure 2. The Create New Attribute window.


7.
Click OK to create the new attribute.
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