This can be done in QAS version 4.0 or greater with the Control Center. The Unix attributes can be customized to refer to different AD attributes.
To configure a custom schema mapping:
1. Open the QAS Control Center and click the Preferences navigation button on the left panel.
2. Expand the Custom Unix Attributes.
3. Click Customize....
4. Type the LDAP display names of the attributes that you want to use for Unix data.
All attributes must be string-type attributes except User ID Number, User Primary Group ID and Group ID Number which may be integers. If an attribute does not exist or is of the wrong type, the border will turn red indicating that the LDAP attribute is invalid.
Note: To customize the schema mapping, ensure that the attributes used for User ID Number and Group ID Number are indexed and replicated to the global catalog.
5. Click OK to validate and save the specified mappings in Active Directory
The default mapping is:
User Login Name sAMAccountName
User ID Number uidNumber
User Primary Group ID: gidNumber
Comment (GECOS): displayName
Home Directory: unixHomeDirectory
Login Shell: loginShell
Group Name: sAMAccountName
Group ID Number: gidNumber