Do you mean you are configuring LDAP in your CUCM server? MPE then uses the integration with CUCM and LDAP. It sounds like you may have two distinct trees in your AD forest? Or do you have an empty root above company 1 and company 2 you could use? In the case of a Microsoft AD forest that encompasses multiple trees, some additional considerations apply. Because a single LDAP search base cannot cover multiple namespaces, Unified CM must use a different mechanism to authenticate users across these discontiguous namespaces - which is the universal principal name (UPN). This link covers in detail - http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/srnd/7x/directry.html#wp1045381
We're using the same version and I checked my configuration. The only way you can configure an external directory via LDAP is to select CallManager 4.X. If you select CallManager 5.X/6.X, these fields get greyed out and you select the AXL parameters instead. Are you using CallManager 4.X? If so, the LDAP search base will be your domain as you indicated. But it does not appear you can code more than one search base here.
So I'm trying a different approach: Let's suppose I have synchronization between "company1" tree and CUCM. I want to sync "company2" but only to use Meeting Place resources. Is it possible to configure the CUCM to sync with DC=company2,DC=com but only to use those users in MeetingPlaceExpress?
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