We are planning to integrate the LDAP authentication with our CUCM and remove extension mobility from users that are not using it. By doing this it will allow us to easier deploy CUCiMOC.
This is likely to break UCCX so i have a simmilar setup in the LAB environment. I have enabled LDAP sync and Auth on the CUCM and predictably the CRSAdmin pages will not accept the old username and password. Neither would it accept my LDAP credentials. So, i removed the LDAP authentication, logged back into the CRSAdmin pages with the old login and found my LDAP login in the User Managment page and gave myself Admin rights. Then i renabled LDAP Auth and still it would not let me into the CRSAdmin pages. It will let me into the CUCM admin pages with the LDAP credentials.
The way I have done this in the past is to replicate the local UCM user identically (username, first/last name, password, etc) in LDAP. UCM should see the same user object when performing AD synchronization and map the user together. This will allow you to login to CCX as before with the same user. You can add other user objects to the administrator role at that point.
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