1.. Run regsvr32 adsiedit.dll .
2.. Start Microsoft Management Console (MMC), and then add the ADSI Edit
3.. Right-click the top node, and then click Connect to .
4.. Change the Naming Context to "Configuration Container," and then click
OK to bind and authenticate.
5.. Expand the Configuration Container node, and then expand the
6.. Expand the cn=DisplaySpecifiers node, and then double-click CN=409 .
NOTE : 409 is the Locale ID for U.S. English. If you are in a
multi-lingual environment, you may need to make changes to the other codes.
Most of the Asian codes are already set.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and International
Organization for Standardization (ISO) define the code pages. Some
information can be found at:
or at the ITU or ISO home pages:
For additional information about supporting localized Exchange Clients,
click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft
Q150977 XADM: Supporting Localized Exchange Clients
g.. In the right-hand pane, open the properties for "CN=user-Display".
h.. Scroll to the createDialog optional property.
i.. Set the attribute to %< sn >, %< givenName >. Ensure that you click
the "Set" button.
NOTE : You can use any LDAP attribute name that appears on the Creation
dialog box; the other obvious attribute is %<initials>.
j.. Click OK to close the dialog box.
k.. In Active Directory Users and Computers, create a new User; the Full
Name (and thus, the Display Name) are built in accordance with your rule.
Quote:> Is there a setting in AD to make new users names show up
> last name first in the GAL\OU instead of vice versa? I'm
> currently having to rename and change the display name
> manually on all new adds.
I work for a company that has 2000 mail users. We are about to upgrade from
MsMail to Exchange 5.5. I would like some input on which way to setup the
Display name for the Global Address List:
Last name, First name(Doe, John)
First name Last name(John Doe)
Thanks for your help