We don't use LDAP on our UCM enviroment and rely on the UCM corporate directory for users lookups. How can I get the Ipad Jabber UCM funciton to use the UCM server to do corporate directory lookups? is ths possible?
Yes - that way you can be sure that the users in CUCM match those in LDAP, and users can log in with their AD credentials. If you also have voicemail and that is LDAP synced, then Jabber can be configured to use those same credentials and this all makes it easier for users.
I would also strongly recommend that you use sAMAccountName as the UserID field - to do otherwise is confusing for users, though lots of systems do this to make logging in via EM easier.
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- Set any CUCM users that don't match AD users as 'inactive', then delete them after a while
- If user IDs happen to match, the AD user is 'merged' with the old CUCM user, so that user maintains associations, groups,non-AD properties etc and just starts using their AD password.
- Any users in AD that don't match users in CUCM are created in CUCM, but do not have any rights (i.e. no group membership, phone assocs etc) so can't do anything until you configure them.
Basically once AD is integrated, all users come from AD and you cannot add local CCM 'End Users' any more.
My process for getting these systems integrated is generally to produce a mapping list of the users in CUCM to their actual users in AD, then programatically rename the users. I then run some custom tools to validate that each CUCM user exists in AD, and then turn on the sync when I'm satisfied.
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