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A while ago I was seeing funny effects when syncing with the SAP UM driver to a SAP CUA (Central User Administration) system that distributes IDM-managed accounts further down to its own child system. I should've re-written my policies to avoid that situation in the first place, but who's ever got time for such a boring thing? Instead I explored the much more interesting problem of how to write a rule that delays subsequent modifies to the same object to ensure a minimum interval.
When trying to insert a ClientType field value via policy, the Notes driver is adding two values. Why? And how do I get rid of the '0' - Notes Client value that I don't need?
Learn how you can customize your driver icons so you can tell them apart at a glance. Here are three different options for making these icons more descriptive of what they are. Very nice!
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Submitted by: GroupLink1 on Thu. 02.19.2009
Filed Under: GroupWise Cool Solutions, Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Vibe Cool Solutions
Topic: Active Directory, Asset Management, BrainStorm Cool Tips, Collaboration, Contact Management, eDirectory, Identity Management, LDAP, Migration, Remote Access, Remote Control, User Management, Virtualization, ZENworks
Product: eDirectory, GroupWise, Identity Manager, NetWare, Open Enterprise Server, Secure Identity Management, SUSE Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise 10, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, ZENworks, ZENworks Asset Management, ZENworks Configuration Management
Many people ask "how can I convert slash formatted names to LDAP"? Here's one way.
Identity Manager: How to switch the Primary Group of an Active Directory User.