My question is why is the user gone from AD but still showing up in the CUPC client. It is not showing in UCM or CUP in the user sections. Does CUPC keep it's conacts some where else on the client PC and if so how do I purge them.
I have opened a TAC case and I am trying something. I found out this morning that the user is still in AD but disabled and moved to an inactive OU. I am having the AD admin remove the rights on those OUs from the AD accounts I use to sync with UCM and CUPS.
I also will have wireshark captures forth coming.
By the way it is an issue with all of the users not specific PCs
When I said "computer A" and "computer B", I meant CUCM and CUPS/CUPC. :)
If the deleted user was moved to a different OU, you may specify the CUPC search base. So CUPC won't search on those "Recycle Bin" OUs. It is configured from "CUPS > Application > Cisco Unified Personal Communicator > LDAP Profile".
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