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Hello,

I would like to use the 'Department Number' attribute during user creation, but on my form it allows the end user to add addition values?

2020-10-27 16_19_03-Corporate IT Active Directory.png

I'm using Property Patterns to provide a list of predefined Department Numbers, however when I click on the '+' symbol it lets me add multiple.

Is there a way to remove this?

Thanks

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Hello,

The behavior is by design for multi-valued properties and Department Number is multi-valued in Active Directory. As an option, you can use an Adaxes custom text attribute (e.g. CustomAttribtueText1) on the Web Interface forms to specify department numbers. As Adaxes custom attributes are not available in Active Directory, you can use Business Rules (e.g. After creating a user) to populate the value of the custom attribute into the Department Number property. For example, the rule for newly created uses will look like the following: image.png

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