Pre-populate adapters behaviour during role based provisioning

Hi all,
I have a question about pre-populate adapters behaviour during role based provisioning.
I'll sortly describe our architecture: we have OIM, Active Direcotry connector and obviously Active Directory as target system.
Our scenario is: assigning a role to a user , OIM should provision two account for this user to the same target system but in two different organizational unit (Active Directory).
Here some sample information to better understand our request:
- OIM User userID: userid1
- Active Directory IT Resource: ADServer1
- Active Directory Organizational Units: OU1 and OU2
- Role: Example Role
- UserID of the account provisioned in OU1: admin.userid1 (in this organizational unit the UserID is composted by a prefix "admin." and the OIM User UserID "user1")
- UserID of the account provisioned in OU2: user.userid1 (in this organizational unit the UserID is composted by a prefix "user." and the OIM User UserID "user1")
To achieve this goal, we have created two access policies AP1 and AP2. The first access policy provision the user account in OU1; while the second one in OU2.
Here some access policies form details:
### AP1 ###
- AD Server: ADServer1
- Organization Name: OU1
(other fields are empty)
### AP2 ###
- AD Server: ADServer1
- Organization Name: OU2
(other fields are empty)
Our idea was to develope two pre-populate adapter: one to compose the userID with "admin." prefix and the other one to compose userID with "user." prefix. However this solution cannot work because obviously you can link only one pre-populate adapter to a resource form field.
Any suggestion to avoid to create a second resource form?
Thank in advise,

probably your confusion is caused by my english....anyway....
I'm trying to generate two userids and in our scenario it's simple map the organizational units. For example userids in organizational units OU1 have "admin." prefix; while organizational units OU2 have "user." prefix.
Do you suggest to create a pre-populate adapter that use a lookup to set the correct prefix based on organizational unit name?
Thank you

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    09:31:00,531 ERROR [OID] cn=TESTUSER8,cn=users,dc=orademo,dc=com: [LDAP: error code 34 - Invalid DN Syntax]
    09:31:00,546 ERROR [OID] ====================================================
    09:31:00,546 ERROR [OID] ====================================================
    09:31:00,562 ERROR [OID] ERROR in com.thortech.xl.integration.OID.tcUtilOIDUserOperations:createUser(S,S,S,S,S) NamingExceptionError while connecting to target
    09:31:00,562 ERROR [OID] ====================================================
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    09:31:00,578 ERROR [OID] com.thortech.xl.integration.OID.util.tcUtilLDAPOperationsUnable to create objectNamingExceptioncn=TESTUSER8,cn=users,dc=orademo,dc=com: [LDA
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    09:31:00,609 ERROR [OID] ====================================================
    Can anyone help me to come out of this.
    Thanks & Regards,

    Hi Rajiv,
    I am generating the value to the manager field in OID.I found this value getting generated in the OID user form.But this value is not provisioning during provisioning the user.
    In the OID Configuration Lookup table i found the manager is mapped to ldapManager.But when i connected to OID through ldap browser i didn't find this attribute.The manager attribute is not there.
    So can you help me to solve this.
    Thanks & Regards,

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