I have a customer with 2 domains in 2 separate forests (a 2 way trust exists between the 2 domains). I have read through the UCM SRND and have not found anything on integration with more that one forest.
Based on what I read & past expierence I have come to the following conclusions:
I can probably syncronize users from both domains without any issues (assuming there are not duplicate usernames)
I will only be able to authenticate users for 1 of the 2 domains.
I am trying to run through this doc and I am getting the following error when trying to create the user-proxy object
C:\Windows\ADAM>ldifde -i -s localhost:389 -c CN=Configuration,DC=X #Configurati onNamingContext -f MS-UserProxy-Cisco.ldf -j c:\windows\adam\logs Connecting to "localhost:389" Logging in as current user using SSPI Importing directory from file "MS-UserProxy-Cisco.ldf" Loading entries. Add error on entry starting on line 10: No Such Attribute The server side error is: 0x57 The parameter is incorrect. The extended server error is: 00000057: LdapErr: DSID-0C090C26, comment: Error in attribute conversion operati on, data 0, v1772 0 entries modified successfully. An error has occurred in the program
My ldf file is as follows;
#================================================================== # @@UI-Description: AD LDS simple userProxy class. # # This file contains user extensions for default ADAM schema. # It should be imported with the following command: # ldifde -i -f MS-UserProxy.ldf -s server:port -b username domain password -k -j . -c "CN=Schema,CN=Configuration,DC=X" #schemaNamingContext # #==================================================================
dn: CN=User-Proxy,CN=Schema,CN=Configuration,DC=X changetype: ntdsSchemaAdd objectClass: top objectClass: classSchema cn: User-Proxy subClassOf: top governsID: 1.2.840.113518.104.22.168 schemaIDGUID:: bxjWYLbzmEiwrWU1r8B2IA== rDNAttID: cn showInAdvancedViewOnly: TRUE adminDisplayName: User-Proxy adminDescription: Sample class for bind proxy implementation. objectClassCategory: 1 lDAPDisplayName: userProxy systemOnly: FALSE possSuperiors: domainDNS possSuperiors: organizationalUnit possSuperiors: container possSuperiors: organization defaultSecurityDescriptor: D:(OA;;CR;ab721a53-1e2f-11d0-9819-00aa0040529b;;PS)S: defaultHidingValue: TRUE defaultObjectCategory: CN=User-Proxy,CN=Schema,CN=Configuration,DC=X systemAuxiliaryClass: msDS-BindProxy systemMayContain: userPrincipalName systemMayContain: givenName systemMayContain: middleName systemMayContain: sn systemMayContain: manager systemMayContain: department systemMayContain: telephoneNumber systemMayContain: mail systemMayContain: title systemMayContain: homephone systemMayContain: mobile systemMayContain: pager systemMayContain: msDS-UserAccountDisabled systemMayContain: samAccountName systemMayContain: employeeNumber
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