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Change Manage User Lookup in IDMProv interface


IDM 4.5.3 with UA running on Windows Server 2012.

We have times when admins need to manage other users to look at request
history, etc. and the admins use the /IDMProv URL instead of the
/landing or /dash. In the /IDMProv screens there is an option for
"Manage" that allows them to access a DN lookup that searches for users
based on First Name and Last Name. If we wanted to edit that search
field to include additional attributes is there a way to do that? Does
that screen use an entity in the DAL that we can edit or is there some
configuration in the Administration portal where that can be extended?


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Re: Change Manage User Lookup in IDMProv interface


Nevermind. It was the User entity in the DAL. I thought that entity
had already been extended to include those values which led to a false
assumption that something else was controlling that field.


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