Re: Extraneous text in Windows Settings after 1809 upgrade


Jonathan COHN
 

These are part of a directory service or such. Both Active Directory and LDAP use these types of fields, and in Outlook/Exchange you can find something similar in the list of alternative addresses for a e-mail.
Quoting below from: Stack Overflow 
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/18756688/what-are-cn-ou-dc-in-an-ldap-search



  • CN = Common Name
  • OU = Organizational Unit
  • DC = Domain Component

These are all parts of the X.500 Directory Specification, which defines nodes in a LDAP directory.

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