Under the connector v188.8.131.52, I have seletected to disable users if they are not found in AD, and I do have a User AtkinsD on EEM.
When the connector syncs it finds that user is no longer on AD, but the account on EEM does not get disabled.
06/10/2010 10:00:18 PM Directory search complete.
06/12/2010 10:00:23 PM Checking Endpoint Encryption User AtkinsD
06/12/2010 10:00:23 PM ...AtkinsD is not from this directory - Ignoring.
The connector did disabled 3 other users
06/13/2010 02:57:54 AM disabled 3 users.
What can be causing this issue ?
Solved! Go to Solution.
Run that line from command prompt. Possibly with current path being the folder where DLL is.
Check and compare (with other 3 users) user binding information. Possibly it was created using different connector.
It's not an issue, it just means that AtkinsD was not created by this connector, so is being ignored.
Perhaps they were created by another connector, or perhaps you created them manually?
Either way, because this connector instance does not "own" the user, it won't touch them.
That was apossibility that I was considering.
If it was built with diferent connector, how can I reset the user account to work with this connector ?
you can either edit the bindings manually, or use the unsupported "LinkUser" script from my personal site to set the bindings for you.
If it's just one user, it's probably easier just to type them in yourself.
Of course you can change bindings manually, but retyping objectGUID in a special byte order is prone to errors, if done manually.
What is your objective?
My objectiveis to Learn how to manipulate user bindings via script? - DumpUserBinding will give you starting info. You can use ChangeBindingName to manipulate settings.
You are saying that I can not just change: and leave the values the way they are ?
From System: SbAdCon0.changes Identifier: 47699656 to System: SbAdCon24.changes Identifier: 47699656
From System: SbAdCon0.username Identifier: \d9\91\16\d3\07\cc\c4\4c\b0\68\ab\12\d4\e7\67\40 to System: SbAdCon24.username Identifier: \d9\91\16\d3\07\cc\c4\4c\b0\68\ab\12\d4\e7\67\40
If you want to learn how to change them using a script, why not look at the LinkUser.vbs script which does EXACTLY that?
Start at the bottom of the script, the top is all shared libraries.
You are saying that I can not just change: and leave the values the way they
From System: SbAdCon0.changes Identifier:
47699656 to System:
SbAdCon24.changes Identifier: 47699656
From System: SbAdCon0.username Identifier:
\d9\91\16\d3\07\cc\c4\4c\b0\68\ab\12\d4\e7\67\40 to System:
SbAdCon24.username Identifier: \d9\91\16\d3\07\cc\c4\4c\b0\68\ab\12\d4\e7\67\40
In this situation just connector names differ. So replace System:
"SbAdCon0.changes" with "SbAdCon24.changes"
"SbAdCon0.username" with "SbAdCon24.username"
ObjectGUID is the same, so Identifier: for "....username" does not need to change.