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Hello,
I am trying to find out if there is a way to tag/add a commonly used internal name after a domain name in adaxes, to make it easier for helpdesk employees to select the correct domain. For example, if we have some legacy domains with more obscure names, i'd like to be able to have Adaxes show (in the gui and web interface), a more friendly name:

pdydev742.domain.local - Development Domain

Instead of just pdydev742.domain.local

Any ideas?

Thanks very much.

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Hello Jason,

There is no such possibility.

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Thanks for your response. If you are accepting feature requests, this one would help us a lot.

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Hello,

Thank you for the suggestion, we will consider it.

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