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What I'm trying to accomplish: user should have access to modify certain accounts where customTextAttribute2="test" (example). When I modify the criteria under "object selection" > ldap filter > i tried doing %adm-customattributetext2%=test. No results found. Is it possible to query custom attributes or do you have to use AD attributes for this?

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Hello,

Unfortunately, there is no possibility to use Adaxes custom attributes in search queries.

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