When users need a username changed, is there a set of places to have to check that the bases are covered?
I know that AD uses a SID to actually identify users, but in this example we have a user that got married and changed her name. Our usernames are first initial last name (jdoe) and so I need to make sure they can log in with their new usernames.
I'm thinking that in AD the only things I have to change are
In general tab, last name, display name, email
In account tab, user logon name, user logon name pre-windows 2000.
In the email addresses tab, add smtp aliases to the new name. I'm not sure if I could delete the old email addresses from here because I'm not sure how Exchange would act with the mailbox, so maybe I'm better off leaving the old address available as well?
Anything I'm overlooking?