Changing displaynames

After a default Exchange 2003/2007 installation, the Global Address List is displayed as GivenName, SirName. Most of our customers want to change this in SirName, GiveName, so that the users can search on the SirName instead of the GivenName.

With the following script you can change the displaynames of all userobjects in the Domain, or in an Organizational Unit.

The only thing you have to change is: ‘LDAP://OU=edir, DC=e2k7 ,DC=local’. Let’s say your domain is company.lan and the Organizational Unit where the userobject are placed is CompanyUsers, it would be:

“LDAP://OU=CompanyUsers, DC=company, DC=lan’

   On Error Resume Next
 Set con = CreateObject(“ADODB.Connection”)
 con.Provider = “ADsDSOObject”
 set command = CreateObject(“ADODB.Command”)
 set command.ActiveConnection = con
 command.CommandText = “SELECT adsPath, samAccountName,Sn, givenName, DisplayName, userAccountControl FROM ‘LDAP://OU=edir, DC=e2k7 ,DC=local’ WHERE  objectClass = ‘user’ AND samAccountName <> ‘Administrator’ AND samAccountName <> ‘*$’ AND userAccountControl <> 514  ORDER BY samAccountName”
 Set rs = command.Execute
 While not rs.EOF
  set oUser = GetObject(GebruikersNaam)
  oUser.Displayname = rs.fields(“Sn”).value & CHR(44) &” ” &  rs.fields(“givenName”).value
  Set oUser = Nothing
 Set con = nothing
 MSGBox “Klaar!”

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