We have a large estate of 1300 endpoints consisting of all flavors of cisco, tandberg, polycom, and hate to say it Lifesize.
The issue we have is well know in that the Lifesize systems need to be added to TMS manually and also Lifesize are not able to pull phonebook directories from TMS.
As such the single source for directories supported by all manufacturers is LDAP with H.350 extensions.
Our idea is that we can export the TMS database to populate the entries into LDAP.
I know you can import from Directory service into TMS but I can't find documentation on how to export.
If this is not possible by giving the TMS write access to the directory service would someone know what the LDIF format would look like required by TMS.
An example showing what this would look like means that we could spend alot of time redacting the LDIF Database for all our Lifesize room endpoint that then TMS would import. (this is not ideal as it is not very manageable with estate changes)
Happy to explain further if this does not make sense.
This is not for authentication but simply to supply phonebook source.
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