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    I have a user in AD called Luana and she has 10 direct reports. I changed her Department name but did not apply the changes, but the new values are visible.

    I opened one of her direct reports' AD properties by double-clicking the person in the Direct Reports field and changed his Department name as well. As soon as I clicked the Apply button on his AD account, Luana's Department value reverted back to it's previous value!

    Not sure if this is a known issue. FYI.
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    +-- JDMils
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    +-- Regional Systems Engineer, DotNet programmer & Jack of all trades
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    Re: AD properties revert to previous values

    If you did not apply the changes, they haven't happened
    When you opened the direct report, it refreshed Luana's data

    Always Apply, even before changing tabs (where it shouldnt matter but sometimes does)
    Tom Jones
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      Re: AD properties revert to previous values

      Thanks Tom.
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        Re: AD properties revert to previous values

        No problem
        Tom Jones
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        Scotland

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