CUCM 5 with LDAP AD and AD servers offline for days
I am interested in the implications of having a CCM server (5.x) integrated with AD. If the user accounts are forcibly disabled, they will be marked inactive and removed after 24 hours; however, if the CCM server fails to sync with the LDAP directory for whatever reason after (say the AD servers are offline for 2 or 3 days) - what will happen to the CCM end user accounts?
I would assume in failing the authentication it would not modify them; however, if it does fail to sync, would it just mark all of the accounts as inactive assuming the LDAP server group is gone?
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