joined_name_to_principal command have
adclient query Active Directory for a UNIX name of a specified user. If the specified user is found, the command returns the associated Active Directory user name in the format of
sAMAccountName@domain. The command can also optionally return the user principal name (UPN) of the user. This command works only for users within the domain to which ADEdit’s host computer is joined through
joined_name_to_principal [-upn] UNIX_name
This command takes the following option:
Returns the user’s Active Directory name in user principal name (UPN) format.
This command takes the following argument:
Required. Specifies the UNIX name of a use
This command returns the
sAMAccountName@domain form of the user name if the user is found in Active Directory. If you specify the
-upn option, this command returns the UPN form of user name.
joined_name_to_principal -upn adam
This example returns the
sAMAccountName@domain for the UNIX user
The following commands performs actions related to this command:
- principal_to_dn searches Active Directory for a user principal name (UPN) and, if found, returns the corresponding DN.
- dn_to_principal searches Active Directory for a distinguished name and, if found, returns the corresponding UPN.
- principal_from_sid searches Active Directory for a security identifier (SID) and returns the security principal associated with the SID.