We would like to use LDAP to sync all of our users from Active Directory. All of our current CM Users are local, the problem is that they have the same user names as our Active Directory users. From what I understand this is going to be a problem because:
"If accounts from LDAP match an existing Unified CM account that is not marked as an LDAP synchronized account, then these accounts are ignored."
Does that mean we will have to delete all our existing CM users in order to sync the LDAP users correctly? Is there a best practice for this? Once we syncronize the LDAP users how to I ensure that the user gets associated with the proper phone? Or do I have to visit each user individually?
Thanks for the reply. So just to confirm that I understand your answer correctly, all of the exisiting local users I already have will automatically be converted to LDAP users as long as the information matches what I have in my LDAP OU?
I enabled LDAP and performed the sync. It worked great, all the local users whose userid matched AD where converted to Active LDAP Synchronized Users. The one problem I've ran into is that none of the LDAP users can login to the CM Administration page nor the CM User page. I get a "Log on failed - Invalid User ID or Password" error. Any idea why that would be happening?
Also, can I expect a similar result with Unity Connection 9.0? Will it convert all the existing users to LDAP Synchronized Users just like Call Manager did?
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