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    OUObjects in web.config file

    Not being all that familiar with OU objects (having had RM CC3 up until now, so not being "allowed" to know such things!), I'm not certain that I've entered correct data in the OUObjects / drive mappings section of the web.config file (which may well explain the error message in my other post).

    Our users are in the following OU structure:
    [Server]\School\Users\Staff\College
    [Server]\School\Users\Staff\Prep School
    [Server]\School\Users\Staff\Admin
    [Server]\School\Users\Staff\Network Managers
    [Server]\School\Users\Students\[Cohort]

    What is the correct syntax for the web.config file?

    Thanks!

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    Use what is in the web.config as a template, as I build HAP+ against a CC3 network

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    That's what I did, although I don't get why some of them have {0} and others {1}. Also, I didn't know whether I needed "Establishments" in there, or if that was an RM-specific thing. Does the syntax below look good?

    <add name="CollegeStaff" path="LDAP://servername.sch6002.reading.sch.uk/{0}OU=Staff,OU=College,OU={1},OU=Establishments,DC =sch6002,DC=reading,DC=sch,DC=uk" />
    OU location is [Server]\School\Users\Staff\College, and the full domain name is sch6002.reading.sch.uk

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    If you are an EM CC3 network then establishments is needed. You also need to make sure the school code is correct

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    Not ex-CC3 on this network - we had CC3 and now have a totally clean S2008 server. School code is presumably just a CC3 thing too, yes?

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