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How can I bulk convert CUCM and CUC users from LDAP to local?

I can easily convert users from LDAP to local in both CUCM and CUC from their accounts, but I can't find a way to do it in either bulk admin tool.  

I want to convert ALL users to local.  If I simply turn off LDAP synchronization for the system, would that automatically convert the users to local?  Currently the users aren't using any of the features that will be affected (users pages, Jabber, etc).  

Is there a way that doesn't involved a bulk export/import?

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" If you delete the user only

" If you delete the user only in the LDAP directory, in Connection Administration, the Status area on the Edit User Basics page for that user indicates that the Connection user is inactive. The status cannot be changed manually, but after 48 hours, the user is automatically converted to a regular Connection user, and the message in the Status area no longer appears."

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/connection/8x/user_mac/guide/8xcucmacx/8xcucmac110.html

Chris

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Removing LDAP will convert

Removing LDAP will convert them to local users.

Chris

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I'm just clarifying since I

I'm just clarifying since I can't find any actual documentation on un-integrating.  My concern was that pulling LDAP integration would flip them all into an "inactive" account state.  You're saying that it would actually convert them back to local user?  Is this the same with Unity Connection?

Hall of Fame Super Silver

" If you delete the user only

" If you delete the user only in the LDAP directory, in Connection Administration, the Status area on the Edit User Basics page for that user indicates that the Connection user is inactive. The status cannot be changed manually, but after 48 hours, the user is automatically converted to a regular Connection user, and the message in the Status area no longer appears."

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/connection/8x/user_mac/guide/8xcucmacx/8xcucmac110.html

Chris

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Awesome.  That's what I was

Awesome.  That's what I was looking for.  Thanks for your help/

New Member

So Unity Connection worked as

So Unity Connection worked as expected but it looks like Call Manager removed all users after the timer expired rather than converting them to local users.    I took a backup beforehand so I'm going to just do a full restore, but I'm still going to have to find a way to unintegrate it without going through hundreds of accounts one at a time and choosing the "convert to local account" option.  For some reason that field/option doesn't show up in Bulk Admin.

 

 

Can the user still access

Can the user still access their mailbox on CUC whilst they show as inactive?

Hall of Fame Super Silver

I would think so as the PIN

I would think so as the PIN used to access voicemail is local.

Turning off the LDAP sync

Edit: It looks like removing the LDAP config will convert them to local users.

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