I've installed PCP at work set up a device where I selected nd performed a Infra and User sync, then I noticed that it had automatically imported a LDAP server config under the Device Setup page, where it's populated all the IP, Userbase, Distinguished name without me having to manually insert it.
Although I cannot edit this nor can I select this LDAP server as a Secuirty Server under the Domain setup therefore not giving me the final sync optopn of LDAP sync.
1. Do I have to manually add the LDAP device again and remove this auto populated LDAP devices?
2. I performed a Infra Sync, User Sync and then a Domain Sync.. (Had to miss the LDAP Sync as no option). I noticed the users populated with all the information under User Provisioning. Therefore do I need to have this additional LDAP sync process? or can it work without it?
Interesting, I will look at at upgrading in that case.
As it stands there is no LDAP sync taking place in PCP as part of the 4 stage sync process (infra - user - ldap - domain) instead it’s jurs three stages where it imports users from the user sync I believe.
so what is the benefit of having this LDAP sync? Ie if I left it as it is, is there any downside, the domains will have no security server selected as it will not appear?
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