We are running Cisco CallManager 18.104.22.16801-1. We have a lot of AD accounts that are not employees and do not have phones associated with them. We would like to hide these from the Corporate Directory.
I have updated all the those accounts by entering CiscoPrivateUser in the description field. I also tried the ldif file, although I suspect that's doing the same thing. Neither worked.
One solution I saw was to move those accounts to a separate OU and not sync, but we'd rather not to that if it can be helped.
I know this is a little late to the party. Clearing the last name field in AD will keep the LDAP from syncing that account. If you do that & do a sync the account will list as "inactive". It has to be inactive for at least 24 when garbage collection runs for it do be permanently removed from the CUCM directory.
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