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  1. #1
    Alfons Buchgeister NNTP User

    Problem with AD Directory Synchronisation with MTA Scheduled Events

    I have a Problem with AD Directory Synchronisation with MTA Scheduled Events.

    GroupWise-Agent - Build-Version: 14.0.0 -115243
    Users are associate with AD-Account.

    When i synchronize the Useraccount in GWAdmin-Console then its all right.
    Example :
    - AD-Attribute City - Berlin
    - LDAP-Attribute l - Berlin
    - Groupwise-Attribute City - Berlin
    and
    - AD-Attribute Physical Delivery Office Name - Zimmer 5
    - LDAP-Attribute l - Zimmer 5
    - Groupwise-Attribute Location - Zimmer 5

    When MTA is synchronize the Useraccount with Scheduled Events, then Groupwise-Attribute city is set with Physical Delivary Office Name (MTA-eventlog)
    Same Example :
    - AD-Attribute City - Berlin
    - LDAP-Attribute l - Berlin
    - Groupwise-Attribute City - Zimmer 5
    and
    - AD-Attribute Physical Delivery Office Name - Zimmer 5
    - LDAP-Attribute l - Zimmer 5
    - Groupwise-Attribute Location - Zimmer 5

    Now city shows Location and not city.

    There are no "Admin Defined Fields" in use.

    What can i do to use MTA Synchronisation with Correct Attributes.

    Alfons Buchgeister

  2. #2
    mblackham is offline Micro Focus Employee - Ultra Contributor
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    Re: Problem with AD Directory Synchronisation with MTA ScheduledEvents


    Dup'd this, looks like there's a disconnect between the admin console sync code and the mta sync code. Writing up a defect...



    --Morris





    >>> Alfons Buchgeister<buchgeister@iserlohn.de> 4/14/2014 8:34 AM >>>



    I have a Problem with AD Directory Synchronisation with MTA Scheduled Events.



    GroupWise-Agent - Build-Version: 14.0.0 -115243
    Users are associate with AD-Account.



    When i synchronize the Useraccount in GWAdmin-Console then its all right.
    Example :
    - AD-Attribute City - Berlin
    - LDAP-Attribute l - Berlin
    - Groupwise-Attribute City - Berlin
    and
    - AD-Attribute Physical Delivery Office Name - Zimmer 5
    - LDAP-Attribute l - Zimmer 5
    - Groupwise-Attribute Location - Zimmer 5



    When MTA is synchronize the Useraccount with Scheduled Events, then Groupwise-Attribute city is set with Physical Delivary Office Name (MTA-eventlog)
    Same Example :
    - AD-Attribute City - Berlin
    - LDAP-Attribute l - Berlin
    - Groupwise-Attribute City - Zimmer 5
    and
    - AD-Attribute Physical Delivery Office Name - Zimmer 5
    - LDAP-Attribute l - Zimmer 5
    - Groupwise-Attribute Location - Zimmer 5



    Now city shows Location and not city.



    There are no "Admin Defined Fields" in use.



    What can i do to use MTA Synchronisation with Correct Attributes.



    Alfons Buchgeister

  3. #3
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    Re: Problem with AD Directory Synchronisation with MTA Scheduled Events

    "Morris Blackham" wrote:

    > Dup'd this, looks like there's a disconnect between the admin console sync
    > code and the mta sync code. Writing up a defect...


    Morris to the rescue!

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  4. #4
    Alfons Buchgeister NNTP User

    Re: Problem with AD Directory Synchronisation with MTA ScheduledEvents

    OK, i reported a bug

    Alfons


    >>> DZanre<dzanre@no-mx.forums.novell.com> 14.04.2014 17:26 >>>

    "Morris Blackham" wrote:


    > Dup'd this, looks like there's a disconnect between the admin console sync
    > code and the mta sync code. Writing up a defect...


    Morris to the rescue!

    --
    Danita
    Novell Knowledge Partner
    Upgrading to GroupWise 2014? We've got you covered
    http://www.caledonia.net/store

    If you find this post helpful and are logged into the web interface,
    show your appreciation and click on the star below...

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