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Identity manager 3.6.1 And Active Directory

Identity manager 3.6.1 And Active Directory

Identity manager 3.6.1 And Active Directory

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All,
I am having a bit of a problem. I am trying to get Identity manager 3.6.1 running so that it can sync user accounts, groups, and passwords between eDirectory and Active Directory.

I got it running, but I can't figure out one thing. When I create anything on Active Directory, it replicates over to eDirectory, and anything BUT a user account created on eDirectory will replicate back to AD. User accounts never replicate.

What am I missing in my config?

Thanks in Advance,

Clay Perrine

RE: Identity manager 3.6.1 And Active Directory

(OP)
I found I was missing the password policy in eDirectory. I set it up, and the accounts come over now.  but they come over disabled.

On to the next problem.

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