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Active Directory Object view

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Created by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Jul 12, 2016

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The Active Directory objects view looks the same regardless of the type of AD object you are viewing. The fields at the top of the view display the total number of objects in the selected container and the number of objects in the current view, respectively. These two numbers are the same unless of have applied a filter using the AD Filter toolbar.

The main area of the AD objects view displays the objects' details in the following 3 tabs.

List tab

Displays the currently selected AD objects in a list-style view (default).

Tree tab

Displays the currently selected AD objects in a tree-style view.

Picture tab

Displays the currently selected AD objects in the picture viewer. Use the picture viewer to manage photos and logos for each applicable AD object. Upload image files to use as ID pictures and company logos, and view them along with the user's name, AD object type, and description.

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