How do you do....it? Thread, Live@Edu Provisioning Users in Technical; Hi guys,
We will be using Live @ Edu and outlook live for e-mail from September. I have a server ...
16th August 2010, 05:47 PM #1
Live@Edu Provisioning Users
We will be using Live @ Edu and outlook live for e-mail from September. I have a server with 2k3 Enterprise, SQL 2008, ILM 2007 and GALSync installed.
I have set everything up as per the instructions and have managed to get all my users from my on-site AD to outlook live. The problem is none of my users can logon using their usual password.
I have made sure all passwords are 6 characters long and done the sync password instructions.
Any help on this would be greatly recieved.
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25th August 2010, 07:28 AM #2
Sorry I never noticed this before..
The mistake I made was that I was expecting the current passwords to be sent up to live@edu when the initial StartSync -Firstrun was done.
This isnt what happens. It is only subsequent password changes which are synced.
What we did was on a year by year basis forced all the students to change their password on site, which then sent the new password up to live@edu.
(Im guessing you have installed the PCNS on all your DC's and you have run the setspn and the pcnscfg commands too?)
2 Thanks to RabbieBurns:
ezzauk (31st August 2010), rob998 (9th September 2010)
6th September 2010, 03:29 PM #3
Rob998 did you get it working OK ?
9th September 2010, 11:16 AM #4
Thanks for you input. I had made the mistake of thinking they would be sync'd on the first run. I get lots of these nice messages in the event logs!
The password notification has been delivered to all targets.
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