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Handling Active Directory attributes and negativeFilter like !memberof


I connected the portal-UME with an active directory. Because of two different pathes I configured two ADs.

The point I don't get is how AD works and how it is used normally.

How can I add an attribute to the user like "active employee"? Is it only possible to use the predefined attributnames or can I choose an own?

Is it possible configure the negativeUser-Filter in a way that I can say that I just want those users that are in group X?

like !memberof?

Thx, Vanessa

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    Posted on Jul 16, 2009 at 02:37 PM

    Check out blocked principals at System Administration --> UME Configuration --> LDAP Server

    Blocked principals:

    Unique Names of Blocked Users:

    Unique Names of Blocked Groups:

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    • Hello SG,

      sorry, I don't get the point. I would like to maintain my users and groups via LDAP. When I have to maintain the blocked users in the UME-configuration too, this is to much work and there can be too much mistakes.

      I would like to have a AD-group with my portalusers and everybody that is not in this group should be blocked (/not transfered).

      Can I do this with the blocked users?

      Thx, Vanessa

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