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I’m looking for a way to take a unique number from Adaxes and use part of it to create an employee ID for the AD attribute field.

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Hello,

It can be easily done using a business rule (e.g. triggering Before creating a user) and a script. The following tutorial should be helpful: https://www.adaxes.com/help/ValidateModifyUserInputWithScript. Additionally, you can check our script repository for similar scripts, for example: https://www.adaxes.com/script-repository/generate-sequential-property-values-s494.htm.

How do I check the last number used?

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