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VSOM 7.0.1 LDAP Filter AD

Hello!

LDAP server settings are as follows: 
Name: SFC.LOCAL

Host Name: 192.168.104.252

port: 389

Member of: %USERID%@sfc.local

Database search for users: OU=Accounts,DC=sfc,DC=local

User ID attribute: sAMAccountName

 

How to create a filter selecting users from a specific location in aerarhii AD?

People are on the way: 
OU=SPK,OU=Offices,OU=Delegate,OU=Common,OU=Accounts,DC=sfc,DC=local

try like this: 

search path: OU=Accounts,DC=sfc,DC=local

Filter: (&(sAMAccountName=%USERID%)(memberOf=CN=SPK,OU=Offices,OU=Delegate,OU=Common,OU=Accounts,DC=sfc,DC=local))

Runtime Error: The user with the given name is not found in the LDAP filter by (&(sAMAccountName=drozdov.alexander)(memberOf=CN=SPK,OU=Offices,OU=Delegate,OU=Common,OU=Accounts,DC=sfc,DC=local))

in it may be inaccurate filter configuration?

 

 

 

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Cisco Employee

Hello Alex,Here is the

Hello Alex,

Here is the example to do LDAP serach filter configuration. Let me know if this help

•General Settings

Hostname: ds.cisco.com

Port: 389

Principal: %USERID%@cisco.com

User Search Base: ou=Cisco Users,dc=cisco,dc=com

Userid Attribute: sAMAccountName

 

 

•LDAP Search Filter:

Select a Cisco mailing list you are on from mailer.cisco.com, and substitute its name for <anyMailer> in the Filter below

Search Path: ou=Cisco Users,dc=cisco,dc=com

Filter: (&(sAMAccountName=%USERID%)(memberOf=CN=<anyMailer>,OU=Mailer,OU=Cisco Groups,DC=cisco,DC=com))

 

 

Br,
Nadeem Ahmed

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