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CUCM 10.5 and AD sync with msRTCSIP-primaryuseraddress (Directory URI)

We recently integrated our CUCM 10.5 with Microsoft Active Directory. I noticed that all users were correctly migrated, but the Directory URI is empty.

In the System > LDAP > LDAP Directory, I have the field Directory URI filled with the option "msRTCSIP-primaryaddress". If I put mail, the users synchronize as "user@mail.com", and not "SIP:user@mail.com".

I am looking everywhere on the internet for a step by step helping me with this step, but I don't seem to find. Maybe I am using the incorrect wording for it. Could you guys please point me to the right place?

Thank you so much.

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Not sure what you're

Not sure what you're expecting, but what you're seeing, is the expected outcome if you configure it, you won't see it like SIP:user@domain, just user@domain.

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So, if I use the field "mail"

So, if I use the field "mail" instead of "msRTCSIP-primaryaddress", I will have the same result? Do you know which field corresponds to "msRTCSIP-primaryaddress" in AD?

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I just confirmed at another

I just confirmed at another environment that the field "Directory URI" is shown as sip:user@email.com

 

Now I need to figure out how to do it.

The directory URI shown as

The directory URI shown as "sip:" was a bug in older versions. https://tools.cisco.com/bugsearch/bug/CSCum90701 You do not want the sip: in it since that is going to cause more problems. Is there a reason you need the sip:?

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The msRTCSIP-primaryaddress

The msRTCSIP-primaryaddress attribute in AD will need to be added to user attributes via an AD schema extension. It is not an enabled attribute by default. Of course, I should say if the customer is an OCS/Lync user, it will already be there, otherwise an AD schema extension will be required.

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