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Hiding a End User from the corporate directory

Hiding a End User from the corporate directory

Hiding a End User from the corporate directory


does anybody know how to hide a End User from the corporate directory, but not from the end user list in the CUCM.
This is because I need the end users for credentials, but since they have names that don't make sense to the users of the system I want to hide them from the corporate directory list.

I use a CUCM 8.0.3 and have a LDAP sync to fill the End User list.

So far searching on the internet I only found things that let you vanish the complete End User.

I hope you guys know.

Many thanks.

RE: Hiding a End User from the corporate directory

it is not possible unless you move them to an OU that is not visible by call manager. OF course then you will not be able to use their credentials in cucm as they are nn existent.


RE: Hiding a End User from the corporate directory

I thought so. To bad, but thanks for your reply.

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