Hello, we have two ldap directory trees in our MS AD environment, and one call manager. Is there any way to specify two seperate User Search Bases? That way I could have users shown that appear in two different directory trees, and in different domains, and obviously different OU's. Currently I only see an option to specify one user search base. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you very much. We're in a real time crunch.
If we were to use the CCM SDK, what limitations will we see? We need the directory to show up under the phone directories, but also the Attendant console Directory. Do these pull from the same location or are they separate?
I would definitely recommend downloading the SDK from the site. It'll contain documentation from there on it's applications and their limitations. I do know it needs to run on a separate web server and is not supported to run on the CCM.
The Attendant Console has a section on the Directory and batch file to run if the Directory Server is offbox. To tell you the truth I've never messed with it but I will today in my lab if I got time. Based off what I see in the document you should be able to handle two directories but you might just need to do some manual scripting because it looks like it's a batched update. Here is the link.
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