The change is identical, but applying it may be a slight pain. I'm not sure if there's a way to do it using the DC Directory Admin application (I don't use it very often), but there's a way to do it from a command line.
Make a file, say, update.txt with the following contents:
I have no AD, but i have an entry : Framework-CTI which i want to hide in the corporate directory. In the global dir in CCM i can't find this entry. So i change the entry of Description to CiscoPrivateUser with the DCDirAdmin.
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