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  • Shona Smith
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    Oh excellent thank you very much.

    Have a good weekend

    Shona

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  • cmccullough
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    The All Users query was just an example, and usually the easiest to find for most people. You can your field other queries as well:

    Active Directory User queries are available when select users in the right window, then right-click and choose Tabular Views.

    Container/OU queries are those that you get when you right-click on a container or OU.

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  • Shona Smith
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    Oops posted this to the wrong forum!

    Hi
    Thanks for that I was trying it on an OU as we are a large company with various sites which is why I couldn't see the column I wanted.

    Would have been good if it worked on our own but I can work with all users.

    Thanks again for your help

    Shona

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  • cmccullough
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    When you expand your domain look for the object called All Users. Right-click on it and run the Users(Detailed-General).

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  • Shona Smith
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    Thanks I did all that but the custom attribute doesn't come up in the view.

    I selected all users and went to Tabular Views but I only get Container/OU Summary.

    When I go to an individual user it comes up with User(Detailed-General) but the column doesn't come up even though I did the first paragraph as you said.

    Any ideas would be great

    Thanks

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  • cmccullough
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    Go to File->Manage Object View->AD Queries. Click on one of the Curent Queries, such as User(Detailed-General). In the lower right change the Attribute Category to Exchange 2000 Attributes. Select Custom 2 and add it, then click OK to save this.

    To run this query, right-click on All Users and choose Tabular Views->User(Detailed-General) or the query you modified.

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  • Shona Smith
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    In AD if you go to the Exchange Advanced Tab there is Custom Attributes then there are custom attributes 1 to 15. I want to be view the attribute and copy to excel.

    Thanks for your reply

    Shona

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  • cmccullough
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    Is Custom 2 the correct attribute? Which query did you add this to?

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  • Shona Smith
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    List Custom Attributes

    I want to be able to view a custom attribute of the users so that I can copy into an excel spreadsheet.

    I went to File>Manqage Object View
    AD Queries Tab
    Changed Attribute Category to Exchange 2000 Attribute and added Custom 2

    But maybe I'm in totally the wrong place! If anyone can point me in the right direction that would be good

    Thanks
    Shona
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