This page contains filter parameters defined to extract user details from an AD/LDAP.
- On the inSync Management Console menu bar, click Manage > Deployments > Users.
The AD/LDAP Mappings list appears.
- Click on desired AD/LDAP Mapping Name for which you want to view the details.
The following table lists the fields in the AD/LDAP Configuration area.
|Name||Name of the AD/LDAP Mapping.|
|AD/LDAP server||Server on which the AD/LDAP resides.|
|Base DN||Base distinguished name of AD/LDAP.|
|Organizational unit||Organizational unit in AD/LDAP from which user details are imported.|
|AD group||AD/LDAP group from which user details are imported.|
|Department||Department from which user details are imported.|
|Country||Country from which user details are imported.|
|Name to be used for creation||Name type used for creating users on your inSync setup.|
This area contains profile, storage, and quota assigned to users that match the filter parameters.
The following table lists the fields in the inSync Configuration area.
|Profile||Profile that you assign to users while importing them from AD/LDAP mapping.|
|Storage||Storage that you assign to users while importing them from AD/LDAP mapping.|
|Quota per user||Quota that you assign to users while importing them from AD/LDAP mapping.|
|Auto import new users||
If enabled, inSync automatically import users from AD/LDAP at regular intervals.
If disabled, you manually import users from AD/LDAP.
Note: Do not use this method, if you are creating an AD/LDAP mapping for integrated mass deployment.
|Send activation email to newly added users||If enabled, inSync automatically sends activation email, containing with user credentials for inSync, to newly added users.|
The following table lists the actions on the AD/LDAP Mapping Details page.
|Delete Mapping||You can delete this AD/LDAP Mapping using the Delete Mapping button. For more information, see Delete an AD/LDAP mapping.|
|Import New Users||You can manually import new users, if you do not want to wait inSync auto-import process to import users from your Active Directory (AD) or LDAP, using the Import New Users button. For more information, see Manually import users from your AD/LDAP.|