|DN||DN Stands for distinguisehd name. This is the unique identifier for any object in AD. An example value would be:
CN=Joe User, OU=Las Vegas, DC=mycompany,DC=com
Note that when identifying a DN value in your script you will likely be required to enclose the line above with double quotes (“) so it would look like this:
“CN=Joe User, OU=Las Vegas, DC=mycompany,DC=com“
|CN||CN = Joe User
CN stands for Common Name. This property is a combination of the givenName and SN attributes joined together
|displayName||displayName = Joe User
Note that displayName and CN are often confused for each other.
|description||Note that this is different from displayName|
|givenName||The first name of the user|
|name||name = Joe User. The same as CN|
|ObjectClass||objectClass = User
Identifies what type of object is selected. Other values are: Computer, orgnizationalUnit, container, group
|objectCategory||objectClass = Person
Defines what schema category that object belongs to.
|physcialDeliveryOfficeName||The office field of the user property|
|profilePath||Roaming profile path: connect. Setup is a bit tricky|
|sAMAccountName||sAMAAccountName = jUser
This is an old NT 4.0 logon ID. This value must be unique in the domain.
|SN||SN = User
This is the last name of the user. SN stands for surname
|userAccountControl||This property is used to enable or disable a user account. A value of 514 means that account is disabled. A value of 512 means the account is enabled.|
|userPrincipleName||userPrincipleName = email@example.com
This property is useful for logging in a large forest Active Directory architecutre. This is also a unique property throught the forest. This property is often abbreviated as UPN.
|mail = firstname.lastname@example.org
the email property of the user
|C||Country or Region|
|company||Name of Company or Organization|
|l||Location. Used mainly with printers
That is a lower case (L)
|mobile||Cell phone or mobile phone number|
|postalCode||Zip or post code|
|st||State or province|
|streetAddress||Street address, not including country or state|
|tokenGroups||A computed attribute that contains the list of SIDs due to a transitive group membership expansion operation on a given user or computer. Token Groups cannot be retrieved if no Global Catalog is present to retrieve the transitive reverse memberships.