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    I would like to display the location tab in active directory so I can tell where our machines are loacted. Can anybody tell me how to display this information when i right click and go properties and select the location tab and put in the location it doesnt show.

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    I think you have to edit the schema. I wanted to show the notes information (found under telephone tab) in AD, but did a bit of research and found that you have to edit the schema. I thought, buggar that.

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    Alternatively why not create sub OUs and move your computer objects into the relevant OU?

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    Could you not just pop it in the description? I know its a work arround but its a lot easier than messing with the schema!!

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    We use the description field for location usually department in brackets person for example Uniform Shop (Mrs Tie) this work really well

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    Quote Originally Posted by imiddleton25 View Post
    We use the description field for location usually department in brackets person for example Uniform Shop (Mrs Tie) this work really well
    Me too.

    I've also use the description to put a class to a teacher or assistant when I set them up. It's a lot quicker for me to pick out the many Nursery assistants or the Science teacher if I need to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Alternatively why not create sub OUs and move your computer objects into the relevant OU?
    Thats what I do, each room has its own OU, it means you can change computers round easily and apply different policies to different rooms.

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