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Hello,

How exactly are you setting the UPN? Please, describe the process in all the possible details with live examples. If you have scripts involved, please, provide them in TXT format. If there is something you cannot post here, please, send it to us at support@adaxes.com.

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I use the script I posted in the first question to create the user, if there is no duplicate sam name then the upn is automatically set to samAccountName@MYDOMAIN Example of user who was created through automated CSV. image.png Next So I did what was asked with a business rule to run before creating a user and now the SAM name is fixed and working however the UPN didn't set $htable = @{FirstName="%firstname%";LastName="%lastname%";initials="%initials%";} if ($Context.IsPropertyModified("samAccountName")) {

Get property value

  $newValue = $Context.GetModifiedPropertyValue("samAccountName")
  # Modify the value
  $newValue = $newValue + "2"
  # Update the value
  $Context.SetModifiedPropertyValue("samAccountName", $newValue)
  $context.SetModifiedPropertyValue("userPrincipalname", $newValue)

} So the user would be built but the UPN would not be set. Example image.png

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So I set up a rule after creation to set the UPN if it is empty. image.png This will set the UPN but not @mydomain. image.png

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Hello,

The behaviour you are facing is expected. The thing is your script sets the UON to a value that does not contain the domain part. For an example of the correct script, have a look at Example 2: Add a digit to the username if it is not unique of the following tutorial: https://www.adaxes.com/tutorials_SimplifyingDataEntry_ValidateModifyUserInputWithScript.htm#collapse3. Pay attention to the following lines that form and set the UPN:

# Update User Logon Name
$upnSuffix = $Context.GetObjectDomain("%distinguishedName%")
$userLogonName = $uniqueUsername + "@" + $upnSuffix
$Context.SetModifiedPropertyValue("userPrincipalName", $userLogonName)

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