Last post Nov 21, 2009 12:53 AM by sjunejo
Nov 21, 2009 12:53 AM|sjunejo|LINK
I installed ADAM on my WindowXP Professional and created an instance successfully. By default there is no option for me to create a group with class 'groupOfUniqueNames' with 'uniqueMember' as its one of the attribute in active directory. So I opened a 'mmc'
console and connected to my Active Directory instance using 'ADAM Schema' as snap in. It gave me two folders called 'Classes' and 'Attributes'. First I created an attribute by right click on 'Attributes --> New --> Attribute' and provide following information;
Description : uniqueMember
X500.OID : 22.214.171.124
Syntax : Unicode String
Attribute is active : True
Then I created a new class called 'groupOfUniqueNames' (type: structural) by adding above attribute 'uniqueMemebr' and 'o' as its optional attribute list and left the required attribute list empty.
But now when restarted my instance even restarted my machine I still can not see this new class to create an object. I am trying to create object by opneing a 'ADAM-adsiedit' console and connect to my instance. Right click on 'CN=Roles --> New --> Object'
a pop opens with many options like 'container, user, inetOrPerson, groupOfNames, group etc. etc.' but NOT 'groupOfUniqueNames'.
My windows user is part of administrator group.
Any thoughts what am I missing?