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Softerra Adaxes does not extend the AD schema. Moreover, Softerra Adaxes does not store its data in Active Directory and doesn't modify the native permissions assigned in AD. If you uninstall Softerra Adaxes, you can use Active Directory just as you did before the product installation.

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