You can add a property page to the user object through the display specifier
mechanism. See "Extending the User Interface for Directory Objects" in the
xtending_the_user_interface_for_directory_objects.asp. There is also an
example in the PSDK that adds a page to show the user's employeeID. This
could be easily modified to show GENDER instead. The example can be found in
the samples subdirectory under the Platform SDK installation location. <psdk
Jeff Jones [MS]
Active Directory Administration Tools Development
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> I tried to do the same thing you're trying to do using ADSI, but I
> The only way I can see my attribute in AD users is using ADO to access AD.
> Hope it helps you.
> > Hello All,
> > This is about extending the schema and adding an attribute to user
> > class.
> > I have extended the schema and added an attribute called GENDER.
> > everything is
> > successful, but i am not able to see it in Active Directory Users
> > Computers.
> > How do i add GENDER to all the users. is there a default User
> > Interface or i need to create even the interface also ?
> > is there a way i can see the GENDER in AD users and computers. ?
> > Regards,
> > Rags