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chaning usernames (ldap context)

Is there a way to change iFolder usernames/ldap context? Some of the common names of users in our Active Directory aren't the same as their Active Directory username (for example, someone with the cn of Joe Willson might have a username of joe.willson) and those folks can't log in (I'm assuming the problem is because the cn and usernames don't match, please correct me if I'm wrong).

I'm only in the trial stages of working with iFolder, so if it's easier to change the names in AD, nuke the box and start over thats fine, but I figured I'd ask. Thanks folks.
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