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    Question Adding Active Directory User Lists problem

    Hi All,

    I wondered if someone could tell me or post a copy of part of their hapconfig.xml that shows the OU's section. For some reason when I try to use the OU browser I am not able to select the AD group that I want to use (e.g. staff). I just want to find out if I need to put the full OU path in this section for the groups to be visible in the Helpdesk and bookings section? So as I can not select this via the OU browser, I thought i'd just write these in the hapconfig.xml myself!

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    I've tried the fully qualified path and now get the following error. Before it just said the AD group name (e.g. DPS Teaching Staff) and the Helpdesk and Bookings pages loaded fine, I just couldn't pick anyone from the drop down box.

    Adding Active Directory User Lists problem-2014-08-14_11-24-50.png

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    As requested
    HTML Code:
     <OUs>
          <OU name="Teaching Staff" path="LDAP://OU=Teaching Staff,OU=CRI,OU=Establishments,DC=crick,DC=internal" visibility="Both" />
          <OU name="Primaries" path="LDAP://OU=Associates,OU=CRI,OU=Establishments,DC=crick,DC=internal" visibility="Both" />
          <OU name="Non-Teaching Staff" path="LDAP://OU=Non-Teaching Staff,OU=CRI,OU=Establishments,DC=crick,DC=internal" visibility="Both" />
          <OU name="System Admins" path="LDAP://OU=System Administrators,OU=CRI,OU=Establishments,DC=crick,DC=internal" visibility="Both" />
        </OUs>

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    As requested
    HTML Code:
     <OUs>
          <OU name="Teaching Staff" path="LDAP://OU=Teaching Staff,OU=CRI,OU=Establishments,DC=crick,DC=internal" visibility="Both" />
          <OU name="Primaries" path="LDAP://OU=Associates,OU=CRI,OU=Establishments,DC=crick,DC=internal" visibility="Both" />
          <OU name="Non-Teaching Staff" path="LDAP://OU=Non-Teaching Staff,OU=CRI,OU=Establishments,DC=crick,DC=internal" visibility="Both" />
          <OU name="System Admins" path="LDAP://OU=System Administrators,OU=CRI,OU=Establishments,DC=crick,DC=internal" visibility="Both" />
        </OUs>
    Thanks Nick. When I manually tried to create the string I didn't add the ldap:// part. I will try tomorrow and let you know how I get on.

    David

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    Thank you very much, worked as it should now!!

    Regards,
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