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2 comments on “SharePoint 2013 – Create custom AD attribute and map it to SharePoint user profile property”
  1. Shawn Zelinski says:

    I got the script to run in my environment and it displays the GAC, Version & Location at the end. But I do not see the custom AD attribute in the dropdown of SharePoint CA. Is the attribute only viewable via PowerShell?

    1. Mayur H Gaikwad says:

      The out of the box AD attribute will be displayed in SharePoint CA when you go to create new UPS property. But, if the attribute is custom AD attribute then it will not be visible in SharePoint CA.
      You have to execute provided script with few variable changes to create new UPS property. Once, UPS property is created then you will be able to see that custom property.

      I hope this answer your question. Please comment if you need anymore information.

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