not a definate answer (as only our admins have rights to do this) but theres a permission set:
That sounds like it would give you the correct prmissions to run the task.
I have tried giving permission for server tasks but still the user unbale to get right to run the EE LDAP Sync Task
If you do not have appropriate permissions you can not do these tasks.
You would have to create a user with these permissions or ask your user agent give these permissions.
For you to do this task.
As i have already mentioned that i have given the appropriate permissions, but still i'm not able to run EE LDAP sync task.
Remember to create the LDAP server first, to make the synchronization
Menu / config / servers registered / new server.
You configure the LDAP server type, then you already configure the Active Directory, the domain name will locate and configure the administrator credentials.
then configure the task of synchronization in the EPO.
Recalls that the user perform this synchronization will not be able to change the password, or synchronization is lost
- you have properly configured the task.
- uses the domain administrator credentials to make this synchronization.
I think you have not understand my concern.
I have already registered LDAP server & also i m able to run the task when i m login ePO console as Global Administrator, but when i m login as new user created using user management i m not able to run the task even i have given full permission for Server Tasks.
We have the same problem I am trying to allow some of our helpdesk personnel access to do our Directory Sync or atleast the EE LDAP Server User/Group Sync. I don't want them to be Global Admins. They are set up with Server tasks full permissions but when they go into Server tasks the Run button is greyed out.
But if she scheduled task does automatically run, try to schedule it to run in less time than it has by default.
Thats what I've done. But not quite as nice. as having them just be able to sync them, as they are doing the setup process.