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    Hello.

    I would like to get the multiple UPN at my AD. I already have the testking.com DC. How can I try to get like that can choose multiple UPN. Do I need to install foo.com DC? I haven't install the foo.com DC. what are the requirements to get that multiple UPN. Could you pls explain the step by step. thanks.
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  • #2
    Re: multiple UPN

    Only requirement is that UPNs be unique for each user in the forest.

    If you have domain.com and child.domain.com and you have a user with the username of joe in each domain, you cannot assign both joes to the same UPN.

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    • #3
      Re: multiple UPN

      1. Open Active Directory Domain and Trust
      2. In the console Right click at the top "On Active Directory Domain and Trust".
      3. Go to properties.
      4. Add UPN suffix.
      5. Now you will get it while creating the users as required by u.

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      Kapil Sharma
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      • #4
        Re: multiple UPN

        thank to both of you kapilsharma11 and Meekrobe, Now I got what i wanted.

        I think we can't create same user account with these two UPN. for eg, I already got an account [email protected]. then I tried to create with another UPN like [email protected] in that DC and got the error like that " Pre-Windows 2000 login name you have chosen is already in use in this domain. choose another pre-windows 2000 login name".

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        • #5
          Re: multiple UPN

          Originally posted by examplez View Post
          thank to both of you kapilsharma11 and Meekrobe, Now I got what i wanted.

          I think we can't create same user account with these two UPN. for eg, I already got an account [email protected]. then I tried to create with another UPN like [email protected] in that DC and got the error like that " Pre-Windows 2000 login name you have chosen is already in use in this domain. choose another pre-windows 2000 login name".
          Well you have your answer in the question...just change the pre-Windows 2000 login name of the second user account user account.

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